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Deploying IPv6 can be a challenge but many organizations around the world have made the transition successfully. Here’s some of the elements you’ll need to consider for your organization’s deployment of IPv6.

Internet Protocol addresses, or IP addresses, are a core part of how the Internet operates. Every device needs an IP address to connect to the Internet and communicate with other computers, networks and devices. Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the next generation of the Internet protocol. It was developed to succeed version 4 (IPv4) as IPv4 addresses have almost run out globally. While there are only 3.7 billion unique IPv4 addresses available for use on the Internet, the theoretical IPv6 address pool size is 340 trillion trillion trillion addresses. IPv6 addresses comprise 128 bits and they are usually shown as sequences of hexadecimal digits, separated by a colon character ( : ). Each group is up to four hexadecimal digits long, and each address is made of up to eight groups.

IPv6 example address: 2001:0db8:85a3:0000:0000:8a2e:0370:7334

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Mohamed Aboud
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