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the future of IPv6 in Harrisonburg

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

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Another Q&A with City Council candidates: The project to bring IPv6 to Harrisonburg failed. Is having IPv6 connectivity in the city something worth pursuing? If so, what should Council do about it?

another IPv6 failure

Monday, June 16, 2008

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A reader alerted me to a very familiar-sounding story in the DNR/Page News and Courier today: the IPv6 initiative in Shenandoah has failed.

the IPv6 content issue

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

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Harrisonburg IPv6 deployment woes aside, what happens if World Airwaves does manage to provide v6 access to parts of the city before fall? Today I came across an interesting post from Mozilla’s network engineer, mrz (you know, the open source company that put out Firefox). If you read between the geekspeak, he’s saying that no […]

Harrisonburg not the only place waiting on IPv6

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

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According to the Morgan Messenger, World Airwaves (the company setting up IPv6 wireless network here in Harrisonburg) was supposed to have IPv6 wireless service in Morgan County, West Virginia last year as well.

IPv6: behind the hype

Thursday, May 17, 2007

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Mark Bayliss and his company, World Airwaves, are under the gun to get the Harrisonburg wireless IPv6 network up and running. As predicted, the city has given them until the end of summer to get it done. But there are still a number of things that seem to be going unreported here.

the unfulfilled promise of IPv6

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

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For almost a year, the local media and national trade mags have been touting Harrisonburg as “the city of the future.” We were told that Harrisonburg would be the first place on the continent to have city-wide “next gen” Internet system, known as IPv6, and that World Airwaves was going to set it up. But […]

IPv6 questions remain unanswered

Saturday, May 5, 2007

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I’ve sent out emails to other people with various connections to the IPv6 project, but the questions I posed in March remain unanswered. Why is it so hard to return emails or phone calls? As you can see from the comments on other posts, I’m not the only one asking questions to no avail. But […]

more IPv6 questions

Thursday, March 29, 2007

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Tech blogs and journals across the country are abuzz with the latest news on IPv6, but I still haven’t seen anything in the local media about it. A blogger on BUZZscreen wrote, “If Harrisonburg is successful with this implementation, this may pave the way for widespread IPv6 connectivity sooner than we think.” If. And when.

remember IPv6?

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

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Remember forever ago, when we were posting about IPv6? Harrisonburg is/was supposed to be the first city to get the next generation Internet protocol. That was the last thing I read about it. For the past several weeks, I’ve been emailing World Airwaves (the Winchester-based company supposedly in charge of setting it up

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