Start reconfiguring your network for IPv6

Santo, Brian
May 2010
CED;May2010, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p48
Trade Publication
The article discusses the proposal that suggests U.S. multiple system operators (MSOs) a transition from IPv4 into IPv6 for cable network management process improvement. According to some communications service providers (CSPs), the allocations of IPv6 technology requires detailed justification to be implemented. Comcast has responded on the issue by planning to conduct several trials about the new technology. Equipment to be examined includes routers from Cisco and gateways from Netgear.


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