IPv6 Adoption Trends: Mapping the Internet’s Future

In this article, we will examine the global IPv6 adoption trends. Using maps from Google and APNIC, we will highlight varying IPv6 deployment levels worldwide, indicating modern internet infrastructure in some regions and challenges in areas with lower adoption. Furthermore, we also discuss potential growth opportunities, regional variations in tech development, and the implications for




From IPv4 to IPv6: Exploring Effective Transition Techniques

By now, it is likely that everyone has heard of the significant transition from IPv4 to IPv6, which is occurring globally. But how exactly is this change implemented? There are three primary methods to facilitate the migration to IPv6: Dual Stack, Tunneling, and Translation. Each approach has its advantages and disadvantages, so let’s examine them




Master Teredo. What Is It, How It Works and How To Implement It?

Teredo is a “tunneling protocol” that allows IPv6 devices to connect to the IPv6 internet through an IPv4 NAT. It doesn’t require any changes to the network infrastructure. In Layman’s terms? Teredo helps devices using the new IPv6 communicate with devices still using the “old but most widely used language: (IPv4).” Teredo is especially useful




Why is it Taking so Long to Switch from IPv4 Addresses Over to IPv6?

Have you ever wondered why the internet, which evolves faster than a speeding bullet, is taking so damn long to transition from IPv4 to IPv6? I guess you have, otherwise, you wouldn’t be here. It’s like planning to upgrade your old and trusty muscle car to a Tesla but never quite getting around to it