We spotted this interesting IPv6 article this morning written by Angus Kidman at Lifehacker and wanted to share it with you.
Here’s an excerpt:
“We’ve known for decades that the available pool of IPv4 address was eventually going to dry up, but despite numerous warnings usage of its successor IPv6 is still minimal. Why haven’t we migrated yet? Geoff Huston, chief scientist for regional internet registry APNIC, suggests that the answer is that carriers are too cheap to make the switch and are happy to rely on network address translation (NAT) systems instead.”
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