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IPv6 adoption increases 1900 per cent in 12 months

angry tapir (1463043) writes | more than 2 years ago

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angry tapir writes "Support for IPv6 has grown by almost 20 times in the past year by one measure, but most websites still can't be reached without IPv4, the current Internet Protocol, which is near running out of unclaimed addresses. The number of subdomains under .com, .net and .org that support Internet Protocol version 6 increased by about 1,900 percent in the year leading up to October 2011"
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From nothing... (1)

Spazmania (174582) | about 2 years ago | (#38133062)

to almost nothing.

And then there were 7 (1)

evanism (600676) | about 2 years ago | (#38133116)

IPv6, such a terrible implementation. Fractious hardware, belligerent over priced consultants and endless wasted cash.

Then there is the whole contactable net.... Or lack thereof.

This yawn is bigger than Totoro!

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