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    The key take-away IMO being that the IETF will no longer require,and will in fact encourage the omission of, IPV4 compat in new protocol development.

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      I really wish more ISPs routed static ipv6 blocks to customers. I find dhcp-pd pretty awful as an end user.
      Maybe once ipv6 source address selection gets better, people can just overlay ULA networks for consistent internal addressing, but until then, I am almost forced to stick with running ipv4 on my LAN so I can actually communicate with (and assign internal DNS to) internal hosts consistently (either that or doing ipv6 nat-pt, which seems even less optimal).