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ipv4 - News, Features, and Slideshows
The next versions of Apple's OS X and iOS operating systems could deliver a significant boost to worldwide IPv6 traffic.
Expansion of the Internet slowed in 2014 as the number of available IPv4 addresses neared exhaustion, according to a report by the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), the regional Internet registry for the Asia Pacific.
Demand from providers for IPv6 services on the National Broadband Network (NBN) has been low, according to Tom Sykes from NBN Co.
Telstra has begun offering IPv6 support for its business ADSL services.
Victorian co-operative No ISP has so far struggled to sign up customers to the National Broadband Network (NBN), having to deal with the shortage of available IPv4 addresses and a lack of premises hooked up to the fibre network.
All the news, features, tips and tricks you might need to ensure your company gets off the ground on IPv6, before it's too late.
The Internet engineering community says its biggest mistake in developing IPv6 - a long-anticipated upgrade to the Internet's main communications protocol - is that it lacks backwards compatibility with the existing Internet Protocol, known as IPv4.
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