It's World IPv6 Launch Day - do you know where your routers are?
Posted by David Brooks | Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Today is World IPv6 Launch Day, the latest effort to get people to take more seriously the switch to the Internet's new addressing system. As I'm sure you know, IPv4 is running out of addresses; IPv6 expands the address space, plus does other techy stuff.
I have written about IPv6 many times over the years, thanks entirely to UNH's InterOperability Lab, which is probably the leading proponent of the transition in Northern new England. The lab does netural third-party testing of quipment to certify that it's IPv6-compliant, among other things.
Here's the World IPv6 Launch page, with its funky logo shown above.