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How will IPv6 Impact your Network?

White Paper Published By: AT&T
AT&T
Published:  Nov 07, 2011
Type:  White Paper
Length:  4 pages

The transition to IPv6 protocol is officially under way. The global top-level repository of IPv4 addresses expired, and just a few quickly dwindling pools of addresses remain at the world's five regional Internet registries.  Going forward, your network will have to accommodate a growing population of IPv6-enabled devices: new equipment is shipping with IPv6 simply because there are so few unused IPv4 addresses left.



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