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IETF working on making IPv6 and IPv4 talk to each other
Posted by: Jordi on Sunday, October 12, 2008 - 01:28 PM
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As we reported back in July, the Internet Engineering Task Force has been thinking about ways to make the IPv4 world talk to the (future) IPv6 world. This way, we don't all have to upgrade at the same time. In order to make more progress before the next IETF meeting in November in Minneapolis, a two-day interim meeting was held last week in Montréal.
Complete info at ars technica.