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internet-enabled tv's, refrigerators and other seemingly pointless trends ate a nice chunk of ip addresses. Angers me.
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post #42 of 76
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Internet-enabled TV's, refrigerators and other seemingly pointless trends ate a nice chunk of IP addresses. Angers me.
I'll have to disagree with that. Most people have a router that does NAT, so generally (very generally, before someone flames) IP addresses are per household/business, rather than per device.
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This is the reason why NAT is around.
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I'm still scared because I expect in 10years I'll have atleast a billion nanobots running around inside my body each wanting their own IP address. I hope IPv8 is in development already.
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post #45 of 76
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I'm still scared because I expect in 10years I'll have atleast a billion nanobots running around inside my body each wanting their own IP address. I hope IPv8 is in development already.
Worry not, IPV6 can handle that

Time for IPV6 to really go big time, June 8th is D-Day in this sense.
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Now I am hoping my POS DSL modem that Qwest gave me supports IPv6. Then again, I don't even know if Qwest does.
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post #47 of 76
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so.

What now?
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post #48 of 76
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Originally Posted by jellis142 View Post
Internet-enabled TV's, refrigerators and other seemingly pointless trends ate a nice chunk of IP addresses. Angers me.
Flawed argument unless you have a separate modem for each of your devices. Only WAN will need to be IPv6. Your router assigns a local address that has absolutely nothing to do with your WAN address. That's why you sill have one external IP address even though you have a lot of devices connected via WIFI.

U mad?

I've yet to see someone use bridged routing on a home network.

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Originally Posted by Eduardv View Post
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post #49 of 76
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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post
What's the difference between IPv4 and IPv6 and why did they skip a number?
post #50 of 76
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Originally Posted by JedixJarf View Post
now we just wait like 5 years for ip4 to run out at an isp level then ip 6 will start rollin out.
5 months perhaps.

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Originally Posted by Eduardv View Post
My PC is IPv6 ready,passing all the tests,now to wait my ISP do the move.
Your PC alone won't help, your networking gear has to support IPv6 as well (actually, it should be possible to keep your internal network IPv4, in which case only your modem needs to be IPv6 capable and your computer's IPv6 support would be useless).
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