Pv6 is the next generation Internet Protocol (IP) address standard intended to supplement, and eventually replace, the IPv4 protocol most Internet services use today. To help ensure the continued rapid growth of the Internet as a platform for innovation, IPv6 tackles some of IPv4’s shortcomings – most notably a limited amount of remaining addresses. While the techncial foundations of IPv6 are well established, significant work remains to deploy and begin using IPv6 capabilities. Because IPv6 is central to the continued growth and stability of the Internet, the Internet Society is working with its members and other organizations to promote its deployment by sharing information and helping to build the required operational capability among the Internet community.
Want a IPv6 Badge?
Want to know how to test your IPv6 connection?
Resources for your IPv6 Day:
A badge for your site – http://www.worldipv6day.org/embeds/index.html
Want to know more about IPv6 like “What is IPv6?”, “What happened to IPv5?”, or when a silly question like “Is the Internet about to run out of IP address numbers?”
Questions? – http://www.isoc.org/internet/issues/ipv6_faq.shtml