Tunneling through the transition to IPv6

05/7/2010 | Network World

The gradual transition of Internet traffic from protocols based on IPv4 to IPv6 will result in an increasingly larger amount of data traveling over cyberspace tunnels. But because IPv4 domains are running out quickly and a scant 1% of Internet traffic is traveling through IPv6 addresses, enterprises will face a steep learning curve to make necessary changes to their networks, say Internet Registry officials.

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