IPv6: Are We There Yet?

Tagged: internet, IPv6, Technology
Source: Jared Maynard - Read the full article
Posted: 5 years 44 weeks ago

Are We There Yet? Almost.. According to some experts we just might be on the starting process for the end-game. At the beginning of the 2010 there was only 8% of the unallocated addresses remaining. When you factor in the adoption rate of new device being added to the Internet, it's only a matter of time. So what are we waiting for, the end of the Internet?

 

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GraysonPeddie
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Mine works perfectly.

I have a Ubuntu Server box which serves as a router with iptables and gw6c/gogo6 for IPv6 tunneling. Besides, I don't have to deal with low-cost routers. I have my Linksys router turn into a wireless access point, which gets plugged into a 1GBit switch. :)

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Tiv
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I have my IPv6 disabled in Windows 7 because it doesn't work very well with my current router.

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