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My upstream ISP does not support IPv6

On 02/03/2011 05:04 PM, Franck Martin wrote:
> The biggest complaint that I hear from ISPs, is that their upstream ISP does not support IPv6 or will not provide them with a native IPv6 circuit.
> Is that bull?
> I thought the whole backbone is IPv6 now, and it is only the residential ISPs that are still figuring it out because CPE are still not there yet.
> Where can I get more information? Any list of peering ISPs that have IPv6 as part of their products?
> It seems to me the typical answer sales people say when asked about IPv6: "Gosh, this is the first time I'm asked this one".
I've just been trying to persuade our upstream provider that they can 
actually get IPv6 addresses.  They seem to be operating under the belief 
that they can only get IPv6 addresses once they're running out of IPv4 
before going through the usual justification business.  It seems bizarre 
that they've specifically gone to the extent of testing and changing 
their infrastructure to ensure it's fully IPv6 capable, yet not go all 
the way and actually get a range or poll customers to find out if 
they're interested in one.

I sent them this link : 
https://www.arin.net/resources/request/ipv6_initial_alloc.html and 
brought their attention to point 1.  Yet to hear back from them..