23 Feb 2009, 20:49

Broadband funding only for IPv6-enabled Connections? Yes, please!


Finally some good ideas. Some guys from the Hasso-Plattner-Institut in Potsdam, suggests that ISPs should only receive funding from the federal government if they offer IPv6-enabled connection to their customers. Now that is really a great idea. Since Windows Vista every major operation system supports IPv6 as well as the majority of the internet does except for the end-customer connections which are not capable of IPv6. If the government provides a financial appeal, there will be IPv6 connection very, very soon.

So, valued politicians, please do the right thing: support this propsal. It sounds great to me.