June 3, 2015 9:23 pm
The online world has changed, for your business or agency.
The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority has given out its last block of IPV-4 addresses.
This means that sometime in the near future, every new device that you connect to the Internet will use a new kind of address – IPV-6.
Federal agencies have been making the move to that protocol for years. But a new sense of urgency has entered the picture.
Pete Tseronis, chair of the Federal IPV-6 Task Force, explains what all of this means for you and your agency.
OMB, CIO Council issues new IPv6 guidance (Federal News Radio)
Update: ICANN assigns its last IPv4 addresses (Computer World)
Memo from Vivek Kundra on transition to IPV-6
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