It's time to act like a big company and be a leader in IPV6 deployment. We'll be rolling out IPV6 on our small cable network soon and I'd like to be able to connect to it from home without going through some proxy service. At least roll it out on a "at your own risk" basis. I've pushed for our provider to register with ARIN, a /32 prefix, and now we are ready to roll 2 weeks later. This push came after being told that 16 ipv4 addresses from bell will be $80/month. f* that.