In a previous post I proposed the terms “indoor plumbing” for native IPv6 access and “outdoor plumbing” for tunneled IPv6. I think terminology like this is important. It’s short, clear, and implies an easy-to-visualize hierarchy where anything less than native routing involves uncomfortable exposure to the elements and woodland creatures.
Which leads us to those poor souls with IPv4-only networks.
“Y-you mean to say that you don’t have any modern plumbing at all? (snork) BWAHAHAHAHAHA!”
We could use something similar for unsecured wireless connections.