I got following Answers from:
” It is because the people who control the IT department’s budget do not understand that not changing is going to hurt more then changing. Yes it will cost a lot to change over, but soon it will cost more to not be changed over. Yes IPv4 will be phased out, yes it will cost a lot of money, yes IPv6 is coming, yes it will cost a lot of money. Google is seeing an increase in the amount of IPv6 traffic, if they did not support IPv6 they would see a decrease in ad dollars. Places around the world have run out of IPv4 addresses others are phasing out IPv4 now think about it with out some sill hacks (like tunnelling) you, on a IPv4 address, can not see your buddy, on an IPv6 address, that is a finical issue. So in short we should all switch over as soon as possible the only reason we have not is the people who control the money do not see the importance of switching over “
” IPv6 is really dumb and overkill, and that’s why the world is hesitant in switching over to it e.g.:
* A lovely IPv4 address: 192.168.1.1 (nice and straight forward).
* IPv6 on the other hand: 2001:db8:0:0:0:ff00:42:8329 (wtf is this shiz?)
I believe IPv6 is waaaay overkill! We should have gone from [192.168.1.1] to [0.192.168.1.1] – that would have increased our capacity more than 256 times, and also make migration simpler for everybody involved.
It’s still not too late however, the resistance IPv6 is facing leaves the field open for something more reasonable. (Like my IPv4.1 example above).
As evidence IPv6 is overkill and a simpler system would do the job is: It’s 2013 and the world is still quite happily using IPv4! “