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6 Things Every VAR Should Know About The IPv6 Transition

In honor of World IPv6 Day, solution providers and IPv6 experts break it down for CRN: What's the channel need to know about the IPv6 transition?

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Enterprises Aren't Quite There



A recent survey from Infloblox found that 80 percent of responding IT managers didn't feel educated enough to tackle an IPv6 migration element, and half didn't know which of their network elements supported IPv6 at present. The interest in IPv6 is there, say VARs. But the urgency is not.

"The short answer is: it depends," said Chris Morales, solutions engineer at Accuvant, a Denver-based solution provider. "The news in Asia is that we're out of IPv4 addresses. That's a big deal -- to Asia. North America doesn't have the shortage of addresses that Asia has. For a lot of companies, as I talk to them, until someone makes them do it, there isn't a big rush to do it."

"I think it'll hit home with IT managers and IT directors regardless of the mandates," said Greg Stemberger, principal network engineer at Force 3, a Crofton, Md.-based solution provider. "IPv6 is your future, whether you like it or not, and that's going to be true sooner rather than later."

 
 
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