IP version 6
4th Feb 2008
A new format for IP addresses will soon be on it's way called IPv6. At the moment with IPv4 only 14% of all unallocated addresses (from the total of 4,294,967,296) remain and it's predicted that these will all be taken by 2011. Story at BBC and some Q&A on IPv6.
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