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IPv6 is go for launch
Posted by: Jordi on Monday, February 04, 2008 - 09:50 AM
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Today, the 4th of February 2008, is going to be an important milestone in the history of the Internet. IANA’s General Operations Manager - Barbara Roseman - made an announcement at the end of last year that there was going to be a major change in the DNS system that would allow the deployment of IPv6 on the Internet to begin in earnest.

The change involves adding IPv6 address glue to a handful of the root DNS servers on the Internet and this is critical to allowing IPv6 only devices to be able to function properly in the future.

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