Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Mon Nov 9 13:26:09 UTC 2015

On 9/Nov/15 14:03, Ruel Borais wrote:

> A Basic Introduction to IPv6
> --IPv6 or IP version 6 is the next generation Internet protocol which will
> eventually replace the current protocol IPv4. IPv6 has a number of
> improvements and simplifications when compared to IPv4. The primary
> difference is that IPv6 uses 128 bit addresses as compared to the 32 bit
> addresses used with IPv4. This means that there are more available IP
> addresses using IPv6 than are availableA Basic Introduction to IPv6 with
> IPv4 alone. For a very clear comparison, in IPv4 there is a total of
> 4,294,967,296 IP addresses. With IPv6, there is a total of
> 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 IP addresses in a single /64
> allocation.????????????

On the off-chance that you aren't trolling, what is your question?


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