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"Programmers can't get IPv6 thus that is why they do not have IPv6 in their applications"....



On Wed, 28 Nov 2012, Mark Andrews wrote:

>> oh, and then make that work inside a typical F500 corp network with
>> restrictions on inbound and outbound ports, no admin user access to
>> desktop machines, etc.
>
> And if they are developing a product for the company there are
> procedures to get the changes needed to do the development.


...only if v6 support is on their development roadmap.

For our latest released product, which had a 3 month timeline, there 
definitely would have been no software engineering support for building v6 
support into a server framework that never had to support it before, nor 2 
(or 3) client frameworks.

...david (who supports a bunch of software engineers for one of many arms 
of an F500 company)


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