Effect of transitioning to IPV6

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Was the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 really smooth? Did anyone notice any change at all? Will the new devices and gadgets coming out recently be able to function well under IPv6?

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Effect of transitioning to IPV6



IP V6 has been developed to cope with the current requirements and usages. These requirements have flourished and have come into a very well version of system development methodologies. as such all efforts to increase the need of IP V4 has brought about IPV6.

The next concept is that this system can provide IP top a number of clients and that the older systems shall also be able o use the same IP and the system is stable as such all related systems require the work be done manually. See the ipconfig file for the data regarding the IPV6 or IPV4 and the IP address.


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Effect of transitioning to IPV6


The huge advance of the internet has shown its worth to government, academics, businesses, professionals, and individuals for the past ten years. The industry now depends on a variety of advantages from internet technology where major productivity gains have been seen. The internet or the World Wide Web and other internet-based applications presently use IPv4 or the version 4 of the Internet Protocol.

The version 6 of the Internet Protocol or IPv6 was developed by Internet Engineering Task Force. It was developed to find a way to an ominous lack of addresses under IPv4. That’s why there have been several technical fixes to support IPv4 and delay the need for a move to IPv6 including debate on whether it is really necessary to have IPv6.

That debate was now agreed to be over. Between 2011 and 2015, the free IPv4 address space was exhausted. For those building new large networks, the only actual reasonable option is to use IPv6. The use of IPv6 provides the possibility to construct a much more powerful internet with enormously larger scale than the current IPv4 have.

Addresses in IPv4 only have 32 bits which allows only about four billion addresses. While with IPv6, it provides addresses in 128 bits allowing some 340 trillion, trillion, trillion addresses. Aside from increasing the address space, the Internet Engineering Task Force also built additional features into the IPv6 specification.

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