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IPv6

Hi.

IPv4 addresses are running out: less than 10% of the total number is still available for assignment. This limited number will be exhausted in 2 years.
IPv6 is designed (a/o.) to provide new addresses.

I do not see any sense of urgency in implementing IPv6 by ISPs, applications etc.

A separate track on IPv6 on this site may be useful to promote the sense of urgency...

Regards,

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