[olug] OLUG January 2011 meeting reminder - January 4th @ 6:30 PM

Kevin sharpestmarble at gmail.com
Mon Jan 10 02:06:41 UTC 2011

Regardless of when IPv4 actually does run out, it will be around for a long
time to come, thanks to NAT. Love it or hate it, it will allow us to survive
while we make the transition to IPv6 as IPv4 becomes harder and harder to
use and IPv6 becomes harder and harder to avoid.
On Jan 9, 2011 9:51 AM, "Jason Troy" <jason.troy at gmail.com> wrote:
> RE: ipv6
> Some light reading material is on NIST - they just released a final
> http://www.nist.gov/itl/csd/ipv6_010511.cfm
> I've heard ipv4 may run out of addresses as soon as q3 2011, this
> 2012. Either way, that's sooner than I think most are prepared to deal
> with. If someone wanted to summarize the relevant parts (for Linux) that
> would be a great/timely topic.
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