IPv6

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Internet Protocol Version 6, or IPv6, is a new address protocol that can be used by the internet. IPv6 was put into development by the Internet Engineering Task Force as early as 1994. They saw that the addresses that were in use then would soon disappear, used up by a growing global network. With IPv4 as their baseline, they looked to improve and streamline the new protocol so that it can live for many years to come. This site was created to show and better explain IPv6. The website looks at what made the protocol necessary, what the differences are between IPv4 and IPv6, and finally the plan that was made to try and get businesses and people to switch to the new protocol.

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