How to setup Ipv6 on Mac OS X

Discussion in 'MacBytes.com News Discussion' started by MacBytes, Feb 3, 2004.

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    Well, I now have an IPv6 address :)

    3ffe:0bc0:8000::281f (I think).
     
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    Well, very few websites are using IPv6 so far...

    Not a real need yet, I don't see it popular till a few years from now.
     
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    #4
    IPv6 is a networking standard. It has little to do with websites besides how the servers connect to the internet.

    IPv6 will eventually replace IPv4 (the xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx format we all know and love).
     
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    Too bad I love my xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx


    I love acual numbers...

    Not weird numbers and letters... thats just weird.
     

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