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Internal networks will not need to change anything, it is just a ISP/domain issue now, one which from what I have read they are not ready for.
Most ISP's are still in the early testing phases of IVP6 implementation, with no definite roll out date.
Many large businesses already have IVP4 and IVP6 addresses.
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Comcast just started pushing out IPv6 somewhere in Colorado earlier this week. ICANN and all of the ISP's knew when this was going to happen, they're just uber lazy and didn't wanna spend the money to implement IPv6
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It seems every news outlet has another analogy for the situation, and each one is as idiotic as the last. "The river has run dry", "the warehouse is empty", all try to imply an emergency that we ran out of an expendable resource, while attempting to incite panic so you read their story. There are still many IP addresses left, they just are in the hands of ISP's to be dolled out. ISP's will just have to make do with what they have and possibly implement NAT on a larger scale; though a move to IPv6 would be a much wiser investment.

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Comcast just started pushing out IPv6 somewhere in Colorado earlier this week. ICANN and all of the ISP's knew when this was going to happen, they're just uber lazy and didn't wanna spend the money to implement IPv6
Comcast has been doing IPv6 trials all over the country for almost a year now.


Perhaps now Untangle will take IPv6 seriously instead of just saying it isn't their problem, no one wants it, and it is a long ways out.
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Wow I didn't think we could ever dole out so many addresses, I wonder how many went to businesses that just sell them and hold thousands.
    
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I don't think current IPv4 addresses will be "expanded" to be IPv6, there's no point. IPv4 gave us ~4 billion addresses, IPv6 will give us another trillion. Why would you port those 4 billion over to IPv6 and already use 4 billion of the trillion it can offer? There's no benefit, or well, there shouldn't be any.
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post #26 of 76
and now we all die.
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Why was IPv4 used in the first place? surely it would have made more sense to simply go for IPV999999999 (or whatever the highest amount is) to stop this problem from happening.
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post #28 of 76
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Why was IPv4 used in the first place? surely it would have made more sense to simply go for IPV999999999 (or whatever the highest amount is) to stop this problem from happening.
Because when it was implemented back in 80's (I think), the creators never thought that we could possibly go through 4 billion addresses. Kind of like the phone system.

And the reason why IPV6 wasn't implemented right off the bat was 128 bit wasn't even though of.
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It seems every news outlet has another analogy for the situation, and each one is as idiotic as the last. "The river has run dry", "the warehouse is empty", all try to imply an emergency that we ran out of an expendable resource, while attempting to incite panic so you read their story. There are still many IP addresses left, they just are in the hands of ISP's to be dolled out. ISP's will just have to make do with what they have and possibly implement NAT on a larger scale; though a move to IPv6 would be a much wiser investment.



Comcast has been doing IPv6 trials all over the country for almost a year now.


Perhaps now Untangle will take IPv6 seriously instead of just saying it isn't their problem, no one wants it, and it is a long ways out.
I was just referring too this article

http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/C...gh-Gear-112496
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So.

What now?
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