[menog] news from Turkey
owend at he.net
Thu Dec 30 19:13:27 GMT 2010
On Dec 30, 2010, at 12:44 AM, Sezen YEŞİL wrote:
> Thank you all for the feedback!
> Dear Richard and Owen,
> I would agree with you that the timeline could be earlier than it is now.
> In the previous draft versions it was so actually,
> But I think that governments need to balance technical views with some realities (budget, capacities, etc):)
> I mean, a plan which is not perfect but more applicable is better than a plan which is technically perfect but far from being practicable.
I agree. However, my point on the late timeline is just that. I think it's impractical to wait that long
given that IANA will run out of IPv4 in a few weeks and the RIRs will most likely be 6-9 months
behind that, meaning IPv4 hard runout at the RIR level is probably 3Q 2011 at the latest.
Do you think a plan that aims for 2013 is practical given that environment?
> Dear Max,
> Majority (in terms of number of customers) of ISPs is ready for IPv6 connectivity.
> I believe that IPv6 capable hardware and software will visit Turkey if they see profit here :)
> Human capacity will be the weakest chain in my opinion, but in the Circular there is a training program to meet the needs. Nevertheless, trying to achieve that plan would be "something" :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: menog-bounces at menog.net [mailto:menog-bounces at menog.net] On Behalf Of Max Tulyev
> Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2010 1:03 AM
> To: menog at menog.net
> Subject: Re: [menog] news from Turkey
> Good news!
> Is there enough resources (i.e. IPv6 connectivity, system administrators
> and other technicians, IPv6 capable hardware and software) to do that?
> 29.12.10 19:40, Owen DeLong написав(ла):
>> I would agree. It looks like a reasonable plan, but, the time line seems a
>> bit late to me.
>> On Dec 29, 2010, at 9:08 AM, Richard Barnes wrote:
>>> Dear Sezen,
>>> Thank you for forwarding this. It is good to see the government
>>> setting clear milestones for IPv6 deployment. I suspect that they
>>> might ultimately find that they need to transition a little more
>>> 2010/12/29 Sezen YEŞİL <syesil at btk.gov.tr>:
>>>> Hello everyone,
>>>> I would like to inform you about a recent development in Turkey.
>>>> As you can see in the attachment (unofficial translation), our Prime
>>>> Minister (T. Erdogan) published a Circular about IPv6 in Official Journal
>>>> dated 8 December 2010.
>>>> I would be very happy to hear your opinions on this plan.
>>>> Thank you and I wish you a happy new year!
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