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 So will it be the amateur networkers that push the introduction of things like IPv6?  We do have the advantage that whatever we do is not subject to commercial constraints.  If we break our network, so what?  We just have to fix it, that's all.  If a company breaks their network, it's big bucks down the drain.  So I guess companies aren't going to want to dive into IPv6 too soon. :-) 
 
-So how would one define Ham Networking?  Let's go back to the radio analogy... From the ACA re amateir radio licences... 
+So how would one define Ham Networking?  Let's go back to the radio analogy... From the ACA re amateur radio licences... 
 * An Amateur licence is issued to authorise a station that: 
 * is operated for the purposes of self-training in radiocommunications, intercommunication using radiocommunications and technical investigation into radiocommunications by persons who do so solely with a personal aim, and who have no pecuniary interest in the outcome of the operations of the station; 
 * is operated on amateur frequencies or amateur frequency bands; 
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