IPv6 - The Reality for Smaller Ops

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With broadband's 800-lb. gorilla - Comcast - making headway towards IPv6, other operators are falling into line, with many mirroring the Comcast approach. Some things are more or less taken for granted now - like the dual-stack approach. The smaller operators have to toe the line, too.

In this special IPv6 Update, sponsored by Incognito Software, Technical Correspondent Elizabeth Kaye will provide a brief insight into some sound strategy for smaller ops.

For more information on Incognito Software, click here.


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