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IPv4, Not Enough Addresses

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There are 4,294,967,296 IPv4 addresses. At first glance 4,294,967,296 seems like a large number. Could you imagine how long it would take to travel 4.3 billion miles? The total weight of 4.3 billion elephants? Or the cost to throw a party for 4.3 billion friends? However, when it comes to IPv4 addresses, that number isRead More

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Do You Love IPv6?

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IPv6 has many advantages over its counterpart, IPv4. We’re going to share a few of things we love the most about IPv6 and welcome you to share your favorite aspects of IPv6 in the comments as well. IPv6 is vast. There are 340,282,366, 920,938,463,463,374, 607,431,768,211,456 addresses in this 128 bit numbering scheme. IPv6 has manyRead More

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