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[b]PC Speak: An Abney and Associates Internet and Technology Research Lab Presents the IPv6[/b]
[b]Internet Protocol version 6 is the most recent update of the IP, the main communications protocol that holds the whole Internet. It is created to supplant the older Internet Protocol version 4 that is still in use on most of the web traffic until today. IPv6 was formed by the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) as a solution for the IPv4[/b][b]?[/b][b]s imminent address shortage.[/b]
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For every device that connects to the Internet, it needs an IP address
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what can say folks?comments,suggestions,are welcome.
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[quote name='Abegail Roberts' timestamp='1359705776' post='595494110']
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that icon, much like the story, is about 2 years old.
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yea and maybe i have to put some brand new piece there.thanks anyway.
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I am none the wiser as to why I had to read that. How wuld you like me to comment?

It needs better paragraphs, or it needs more up to date and relevant info.

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i respect what you have written here.a bit of late but still a piece of useful knowledge.

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The part of this story that's different is that high end cable and phone ISPs have embraced IPv6 to some degree, but most other ISPs (at least in the US) haven't bothered still. Someone needs to smack em upside the head.

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It is so nice to know that IPv4 is the very first version ever used for public.

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