Does anyone actually have a compelling reason to use IPv6 anywhere.?Certainly not at in my home network/lab. The only reason I can thinkof is mobile phones. Get rid of the IMEI numbers (which can beduplicated) and use an fixed IPv6 address instead.
The simple answer:
End-to-End connections, i.e., the real Internet (get-off-my-lawn).
The more ranty answer: End to end is basically it. Yes, there arelots of ways to hack around not being on the Internet: NAT, dynamicIPs, paying an obscene amount to your ISPs for an actual IP address(really?, Really!?), etc. But frankly, that's crap. A defaultInternet connection should be just that.
By themselves, there are more cellphones on the planet than IPv4addresses. The internet needs a bigger number space for addresses andfor good or bad, IPv6 is it.