We’ve long known that the pool of IPv4 addresses was near exhaustion — and as Tim Chown explains, that now means you’ll soon pay dearly if you’re not ready to shift to IPv6.
One of the topics readers suggested I look into while at Cisco Live! this week was what was happening with the uptake of IPv6. The short answer? Not much.
There was a lot of discussion during our World Of Servers coverage last week about whether IPv6 would ever fully replace IPv4. There hasn’t been much movement among service providers, but what’s happening in your workplace?