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WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011

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WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
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WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
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WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011

Some cool ipv6 images:

WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
ipv6
Image by Kiberpipa

WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
ipv6
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WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011

Check out these ipv6 images:

WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
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WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
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WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011

WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
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Question by Raul: Do I need to get a router that is Ipv6 compatible and why?
I have the E4200 router, which I hear is not Ipv6 compatible, so should I be worried and be looking for a router that is Ipv6 compatible any time soon? Could you please explain why I should get a router that is Ipv6 router?

Best answer:

Answer by Richard
There are billions of devices in the world that are stuck with IPv4. There are millions of home routers that are IPv4 only. Unless you are a large commercial user, now is really far too early to be worrying about IPv6.

Although IPv6 is seen as the future, IPv4 will still be around for many years. My view is that IPv6 will gradually spread over the Internet backbone (the core of the Internet), either over specific segments or possibly coexisting with IPv4 is this is feasible. ISPs will probably implement protocol gateways so that they use IPv6 across the main Internet, but present IPv4 on home Internet connections.

If you get an IPv6 router now, it will probably be obsolete by the time you actually need IPv6 addressing.

What do you think? Answer below!

WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
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WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
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WDS brez WDS (Marko Zaletel), IPv6 v Windows Server 2008 R2 (Luka Manojlovič), 24. Nov 2011
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Jornada IPv6 Santiago de Compostela. 13/12/11
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Jornada IPv6 Santiago de Compostela. 13/12/11
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