There are over 250 participants in this transition, majority of them being large website operators. Big brands like Cisco, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, AT&T and Comcast are joining the transition to IPv6, on June 6 this year.

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The project of moving to IPv6 was started as a 20% project in 2008, and after four years their goal of “IPv6 everywhere”‘ seems close. Google also devised a mechanism that allows connecting devices to acquire IP addresses, even if their operating systems do not support DHCPv6 (the IPv6 counterpart of DHCP).

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The End of IPv4 As We Know It and the Onset of IPv6, this YouTube Video Sums It Up

The transition from IPv4 to IPv6 is a tedious job. The existing routers do not have all capabilities for this and not that it is more of a compulsion than an option.

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Akamai, Facebook, Google and Yahoo will participate in the first global trial of IPv6. With their distributed servers spread all over the world, these companies were form the ideal testing ground and will churn up some useful real-time data.

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Less than 5% of the IPv4 address reserves is left, even as IPv6 adoption is still in its infancy.

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According to a new roadmap released by the Indian government, India will start using IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) from March 2012.

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The IETF is holding its 77th meeting this week at Anaheim, California. The last meeting saw a huge turnout and the IEFT grabbed this opportunity to promote the new IP protocol, the IPv6.

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