DSL Extreme: No plans -- or need -- to go IPv6 at this time; so what are web sites and ISPs going to do?
With all the talk of IPv6 and how the Internet is running out of IP addresses and how we have to move from IPv4 to avoid catastrophe, I wondered what my ISP, DSL Extreme, is doing about it.
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Posted: Jun 07, 2012 5:33pm UTC
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