The objectively written white paper looks at the evolution of the Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) into version 6 (IPv6), the next generation network protocol of the internet, and gives practical advice to IT managers. It includes:
– The limitations of IPv4
– IPv6 features
– The driving forces behind the need for transition
– How to move from IPv4 to IPv6
– Suggestions on what users can do now to be prepared for the changeover.
David Barker of 4D Data Centres comments, Many ISPs, websites and manufacturers are now supporting IPv6 and following World IPv6 Day (6th June 2012) the issue of internet connectivity is in the limelight. However, I find that many of our customers, both IT managers and resellers, are unclear about how IPv6 works and why IPv4 needs to be replaced. My white paper explains it all in simple language.