With the free pool of IPv4 address space now exhausted, there is a need to move to IPv6 to enable the continued expansion of the Internet and the billions of devices it connects. One key element of enabling IPv6 is making sure that it run on consumer edge (CE) routers. That's where the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) is aiming to help with its IPv6 Ready CE Router Logo program.
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