World IPv6 Launch Event Marks Massive Transition in IP Addressing: What It Means to You
June 6, 2012 was World IPv6 Launch event, which marked the transition toward IPv6 on a global basis and will forever be the transition reference point. Close to 30% of pages viewed on the Internet globally were reachable over IPv6 after June 6, 2012. In May of 2012, there were only 519 sites IPv6 enabled or about 3% of web content. That number jumped to more than 2,500 sites or approximately 30% according to Cisco. In this Lippis Report podcast, I talk with Alain Fiocco, Senior Director of Cisco’s IPv6 High Impact Project, as we discuss IPv6 transition adoption and what it means to you.