IPv6 Excuse Bingo

NAT444 is fine IPv6 just isn't a priority We'll deploy IPv6 right after we deploy DNSSEC Those stupid Privacy Extension addresses keep changing We have IPv6, but we just want to keep things simple
There's no ROI on deploying IPv6 Github doesn't support IPv6 Too many people have broken IPv6 stacks Android doesn't support DHCPv6 IPv6 is slower than IPv4
IPv6 isn't supported by OVH Cloud IPv6 is a security risk IPv6 isn't an Internet Standard yet We would have to rewrite our entire application to support it
I don't want to lose the security provided by NAT We'll deploy IPv6 next financial year IPv6 addresses are too long to remember End users don't care about IPv6 I don't want to expose my MAC address
Our recursive DNS can't handle the extra load We've still got plenty of IPv4 My transit provider doesn't support IPv6 We can use RFC6598 None of our customers want it
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