IPv6 Excuse Bingo

We don't have a lab to test it It's too hard to support Our Lawful Intercept doesn't support IPv6 yet We have no roadmap for native IPv6 as we rolled out 6RD. None of our customers want it
Our recursive DNS can't handle the extra load End users don't care about IPv6 It's not supported by Google Compute IPv6 is slower than IPv4 Android doesn't support DHCPv6
We have IPv6, but we just want to keep things simple IPv6 just isn't a priority IPv6 is just a fad It'll break our GeoIP
What do you mean I have to wrap an IP in square brackets? I don't want to lose the security provided by NAT We've still got plenty of IPv4 I don't want to expose my MAC address Our vendor doesn't support it
Vendor bugs We would have to rewrite our entire application to support it It'll make it easier for the government to track me We forgot to include IPv6 in our last RFP We can use RFC6598
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