Countdown is set to begin for the end of IPv4

02/1/2011 | CIO.com · Wall Street Journal, The

A registry in the Asia-Pacific region is set to receive two large blocks of Web addresses based on the IPv4 protocol from the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, which will cause the remaining available addresses to dwindle and will start the clock on a process that will see an end to IPv4 and an eventual transition to IPv6.

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