How Do We Get To IPv6?
May 16, 2011, 03:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The question of how and where enterprises should move to IPv4
was tackled in a panel discussion at the Interop conference here
this week. While the need for more address space is obvious, there
are a number of challenges involved in moving to IPv6.
One of the biggest is the fact that IPv4 is not compatible with
"People ask me, how did you screw that one up?" John Curran,
President and CEO, ARIN told the Interop audience. "
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