Whatever happened to the next-generation Internet?


In the early 1990s, users, vendors, and researchers became concerned that a major overhaul would be needed to accommodate the Internet’s expected growth. The harshest critics forecast that the 32-bit v4 address space would be exhausted by 1996, compelling an immediate move to the “next generation” of the Internet Protocol (IPng). With over 70% of the… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/383694.383708

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