May 15, 2008

Looking towards IPv6

We care a lot about the health of the Internet. Recently, we've become increasingly concerned that IPv4 addresses ââ¬â the numbers that computers use to connect to the Internet ââ¬â are running out. Current projections place IPv4 address space exhaustion somewhere in late 2011, and while technologies such as Network Address Translation (NAT) can offer temporary respite, they complicate the Internet's architecture, pose barriers to the development of new applications, and run contrary to network openness principles.



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