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Much work remains in IPv6 transition
Posted by: Jordi on Friday, March 30, 2007 - 10:58 AM
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As agencies approach the final stretch of their transition to IPv6 network backbones, much of the guidance they will be relying on remains to be finished.

The Office of Management and Budget in 2005 announced that civilian core networks of civilian agencies would have to be capable of handling IPv6 packets by June 2008. The Defense Department had announced the same requirement for its networks two years earlier. The new generation of Internet protocols promise improved functionality and security that could help government operate more efficiently.

Complete info at GCN.