Though IPv6 has been around for a while, it is still considered a new technology. In many cases vendor support for IPv6 is not as mature as it is for IPv4. However, enough organizations have made the transition to demonstrate that IPv6 is ready to begin replacing IPv4 as the dominant protocol on the Internet. Though there may be some bumps along the road to IPv6, with a solid strategy and proper planning, your organization can make a successful transition into this new era.
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