Offer a discount for services that are willing to use v6-only. If you're hosting some back-end services in Azure, you can use v6. If it's something for only accessing within your organisation then you can possibly use v6, depending on your local connectivity. If it's something for the public then you can probably make a certain percentage of the servers v6-only and send customers with working v6 there (does Windows still set up v6 tunnels by default?).
If companies start to pay less for v6-only hosting than for v4-only or dual stack, then they're going to start pushing their customers towards the v6 servers, or making certain features v6-only to penalise ISPs that don't provide v6 connectivity by making their customers complain. That's what's going to trigger mass movement to v6.
Oh yes, Islam was not supposed to replace Christianity
Muhammad originally tried to be a messiah to the Jews, he had little interaction with Christianity.
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