June 24 Designated World IPv6 Day

Google, Facebook, Yahoo and Akamai networks to test IPv6.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jan 18, 2011
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In order to stress the IPv6 connections being used, Google, Facebook, Yahoo and Akamai have agreed to designate June 24th as World IPv6 day. This co-ordinated co-operation by a multitude of websites will test how IPv6 will work in practice, reports PC World.


"'In rare cases, users may experience connectivity problems, often due to misconfigured or misbehaving home network devices. Over the coming months we will be working with application developers, operating system vendors and network device manufacturers to further minimise the impact and provide testing tools and advice for users.'"

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