Read this: World IPv6 Day: 8th June 2011
Summary: The internet won't stop working on the day that the last IPv4 address is allocated, but a solution is required to allow the internet to continue to expand. IPv6 provides a mind-boggling number of addresses 3.4 x 1038. It's hard to find a meaningful analogy for a number this large, but if every man, woman and child on Earth had a billion devices each with an IPv6 address, you haven't even come close to scratching the surface of the number of addresses available. - bbc.co.ukwww.bbc.co.ukWorld IPv6 Day: 8th June 2011…
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