IPv4

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The need for IP Address Management is Now!

TweetMy – how research has changed in the 20 years I have been working in IT and high-tech! Normally, you would have to scour reams and reams of articles in trade rags delivered via snail mail to find information relevant to your work. Now we have the ability to set alerts, custom feeds and create […]

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Today marks World IPv6 Day – Are you ready?

TweetWith today marked as World IPv6 Day, thousands of internet service providers and websites will become IPv6 enabled. Migrating to IPv6 is important for many reasons and many are wondering how organizations should move from IPv4 to IPv6 without disrupting their operations? Very few organizations are in the position to make a wholesale change from […]

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Ready and Waiting and Waiting…for IPv6

TweetIPv6 was created a decade ago by the Internet Engineering Task Force to solve the anticipated address space crunch with IPv4. IPv6, which uses a 128-bit addressing, supports an almost abundant number of uniquely identified systems on the internet, while IPv4 supports only a few billion systems because it uses a 32-bit addressing scheme. Furthermore, […]

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