Australian IPv6 Readiness: Results of a National Survey

@article{Dell2012AustralianIR,
  title={Australian IPv6 Readiness: Results of a National Survey},
  author={Peter Dell},
  journal={Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology},
  year={2012},
  volume={44}
}
  • Peter Dell
  • Published 2012 in
    Journal of Research and Practice in Information…
IPv6 is the replacement for the Internet’s incumbent protocol, IPv4. Although exhaustion of the IPv4 address space is now imminent there has been no meaningful uptake of IPv6 since its standardisation in 1998. Data from a national survey of the top 1,000 IT user organisations in Australia are analysed, revealing that they have made little or no preparation for IPv6. This creates the potential for considerable disadvantage for Australian organisations. The author recommends that governments and… CONTINUE READING

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