Thursday, February 3, 2011

Are You IPv6 Ready?

Today, the international organizations that are responsible for IP addresses are expected to announce full allocation of the IPv4 address space. This means that the entire range of 4 billion IPv4 addresses have been spoken for.

A researcher from USC explains the exhaustion of IPv4 addresses and the solution of IPv6 in this great video.

Understanding Internet Address Space Usage from Aniruddh Rao on Vimeo.

June 8, 2011 has been designated World IPv6 Day when major organizations enable IPv6 connections to their sites in order to test connectivity of this next generation Internet protocol.

SSC Pacific is IPv6 ready now.


  1. Hey what is going on with SPAWAR's website -- It's been down for a while. Also, what happened to the New Professional program?

  2. Thanks for the heads up. We're looking into the site outage. Things were working last week.