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Basically adding an algorythm to increase the range of addresses that a server can recognize since the world is running out of IP addresses.


I'd be more interested in what they can do to speed up the packets and increase the speed of the internet without the need for ISPs to throttle and restrict bandwidth speeds.





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Argh.


Adding an algorithm? New Internet?

Lol.


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Bandwidth has little to do with what addressing scheme is used.


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Basically adding an algorythm to increase the range of addresses that a server can recognize since the world is running out of IP addresses.


I'd be more interested in what they can do to speed up the packets and increase the speed of the internet without the need for ISPs to throttle and restrict bandwidth speeds.


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i prefer ipv4.1 and so on...


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Moar interwebs to Google?

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I LIEK EYE PEE VEE FOURZ BETTER. IT HAZ MOAR BANDWIDTHS. IN FACT, IT HAS 10 DIFFERENT BANDWIDGHTS


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"new algorithm"?

It's just a different addressing scheme. Your days of being able to memorize IPs are winding down. (However, it will be a long long, long, long, lOOONg time before ipv4 is phased out completely).


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I heard China's already doing dis!

Funny how in 2000 I was working with IPv6 capable devices, and now BOOM! 13 years later here it is! I wonder if this will make my Pentium 4 computer faster.

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"new algorithm"?

It's just a different addressing scheme. Your days of being able to memorize IPs are winding down. (However, it will be a long long, long, long, lOOONg time before ipv4 is phased out completely).
You mean you can't memorize fe80:0000:0000:0000:0202:b3ff:fe1e:8329


+1 to what Clemson said about ipv4...

LOTS of ipv4 addresses will continue to be used. In our case, there will be a segment we have to talk over that will be ipv6 only, and on each end of that particular segment, NAT will be used.


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Yeah there is rare the company that could justify changing internally IPV6.
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Yeah there is rare the company that could justify changing internally IPV6.
Yep. We have no plans to change over on our network. Ever. LOL.


Well, that's not true. We may do it in a few years when we're forced to do a complete refresh anyways.


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Adding an algorithm? New Internet?
Lol.

Google Moar.

Bandwidth has little to do with what addressing scheme is used.
I didn't mean to say they were making a new internet, I meant new addresses.

But with 340 Trillion Trillion letter and number combinations, you'd have to use some sort of algorythm to generate the table.

I don't know what you mean by bandwidth addressing the bandwidth. I want more bandwidth and speed; that has nothing to do with the addresses (unless the content server happens to be close to my location).



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It's just a different addressing scheme. Your days of being able to memorize IPs are winding down. (However, it will be a long long, long, long, lOOONg time before ipv4 is phased out completely).
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+1 to what Clemson said about ipv4...

LOTS of ipv4 addresses will continue to be used. In our case, there will be a segment we have to talk over that will be ipv6 only, and on each end of that particular segment, NAT will be used.
Yes and no.
The internet is not as universal as we may think here in the 1st world.
90% of Africa, large portions of South America, China and India do not have easy access to the internet or more than 1 internet device in a household.

Once they come on board; that's ~3-4 Billion people added to the system. Add two or three devices per person and sh*ts gonna get real.





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And how precisely does that have anything to do with the existing ipv4 addresses staying put for a long time, as me and Clemson said?

You do realize the addressing schemes can interoperate , right?


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And how precisely does that have anything to do with the existing ipv4 addresses staying put for a long time, as me and Clemson said?

You do realize the addressing schemes can interoperate , right?
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Perhaps we misunderstood one another. It's not going anywhere, it will just become less commonplace.



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