IPv6: D-Day coming for ISPs

By , Network World |  Networking, IPv6

If all of this sounds like a chaotic and piecemeal process, Curran said to take heart from the fact that ISPs are highly unlikely to ever make a similarly jarring transition for a very long time.

"The good news is that we don't expect to leave IPv6," he said. "It will be several centuries before we have to worry about it no matter how crazy we are."

Read more about lans and wans in Network World's LANs & WANs section.


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