Why are you transitioning to IPv6?
With the leaves turning colors and temperatures getting cooler in parts of the ARIN region, the seasons are definitely in transition. But the weather isn’t the only thing changing:so is the way we connect to the Internet. Many of us have already transitioned from IPv4 to IPv6 or are in the process of making the transition.
We want to know your reasons for transitioning to IPv6. Tell us in the comments below. Maybe you have a story to share? Maybe you’d like to wax philosophical? Maybe you haven’t transitioned to IPv6 yet, but you’re considering it? We want to hear from you too.
Maybe you transitioned to IPv6 because it will allow your peer-to-peer applications to run better?
Maybe you’re transitioning to IPv6 because you see a future where many many devices are going to need a way to connect to the Internet?
Maybe you will transition to IPv6 because you know it will make you the savviest geek in town?
We could keep going, but we would rather hear from you. Drop us a line in the comments below.
Why are YOU transitioning to IPv6?
Or if its suits you better:Why did YOU transition to IPv6?
Or if you haven’t already:Why will YOU transition to IPv6?
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