Tag Archives: IPv6

World IPv6 Day roadtests new Internet Protocol

by Matt Hutchinson The first World IPv6 Day was held recently to test the public deployment of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) – a day the world has been working towards for more than a decade. The 24-hour global-scale trial … Continue reading

IPv4 Shortage Not As Sensational As It Sounds

The topic of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) and the depletion of IPv4 addresses has been a popular one of late. As the media continues to sensationalise the imminent end of the IPv4 address supply, more and more people are … Continue reading

Not The End Of The Web

By Dwayne Varey “The end of the web as we know it” is a bit less dramatic than it sounds. The article seen on refers to the pending depletion of IPv4 addresses (the thing that allows your computer to … Continue reading