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    Originally posted by yetanotherbob View Post
    Things might change with IPv6 when each flower-pot in your house might have its own geolocation tagged IP address
    Will IPv6 ever actually happen, to end users anyway?

    Seems to me more like perl v6, i.e. a big boy's toy they've been tinkering with for literally 20 years now and still no sign of general use.

    As I've pointed out here before, I think there's a big incentive for ISPs and suchlike not to make IPv6 addresses readily available to end users. Otherwise these companies will lose control of the Cloud.
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