What You Need to Know about the New On-Ramp to the Internet
The internet drives much of modern life – from transactions and commerce to community connections. Every time people want to connect a PC, a smartphone or a tablet to the internet, they ultimately will need to utilize a unique public IP address. Yet, internet standard, Internet Protocol Version 4, or IPv4, is running out of available addresses, according to ARIN (American Registry for Internet Numbers), exemplifying the importance of the transition to the latest version of the Internet Protocol, IPv6.
Read part one of our Educational Series: Catching a Ride on the IPv6 Highway to learn how to navigate down the internet addressing highway.