IPv6 - A Practical Introduction for the Rest of Us

Michael Sparks, Louisiana State University Law Center

For years we've heard predictions that the Internet is running out of addresses, and in fact IANA gave out its last block of IPv4 addresses in February of 2011. Born over a decade ago, IPv6 is designed to be the solution to this shortage and is already integrated into most computer operating systems and network devices. Although relatively few organizations have implemented IPv6 on their networks to date, events like World IPv6 Day in June of 2011 and World IPv6 Launch Day on June 8 of 2012 show that momentum is growing and IPv6 is not going away. 

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23 June 10:30 - 11:30
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