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On Feb 6, 2011, at 9:49 AM, Roland Perry wrote:

> In article <20110205131510.BE13E9B5167 at drugs.dv.isc.org>, Mark Andrews <marka at isc.org> writes
>>> And when my vendor is Sipura, or Sony[1], how does an individual small
>>> enterprise attract their attention and get the features added?
>> You return the equipment as not suitable for the advertised purpose
>> and demand your money back.  Renumbering is expected to occur with
>> IPv6, part of renumbering is getting the name to address mappings
>> right.  With DHCP the DHCP server normally does it.  With SLAAC the
>> host has to do it as there is no other choice.
>> Here in Australia it is Repair/Replace/Refund if the product purchased
>> is faulty.  That applies to all products.  If the milk is off when
>> we get home we go back and get it replaced and if the store is out
>> of stock we get a refund.  I've returned and had replaced plenty
>> of stuff over the years.
> I think you are just confirming my view that moving from IPv4 to IPv6 will involve more than the ISP doing some magic that's transparent to the majority of users. And good luck returning a 3 year old PS/3 for a refund on the basis it doesn't support IPv6.
> -- 
> Roland Perry

I'm pretty sure the PS3 will get resolved through a software update.

Yes, there will be user-visible disruptions in this transition.

No, it can't be 100% magic on the part of the service provider.

It still has to happen. There is no viable alternative.