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What is IPv6 and Why Does My Website Need It?

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What is IPv6 and Why Does My Website Need It?

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Speaker Bob Van Zant at Pycon2012

On February 3rd, 2011 the world ran out of the IPv4 addresses that we know and love. Clearly the Internet has survived even though hardly anyone has deployed IPv4's successor, IPv6. Drop by to learn about what IPv6 is, why you should deploy it and some of the hurdles to deployment.

-- PyVideo.org

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