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Do you know about World IPv6 Day?

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IPv6 Day

Instead of asking if you "knew" about IPv6 day, it should ask if you "care"?

End-to-end native IPv6 is years (maybe even a decade) away from being a reality.

We buy several thousand dollars a month worth of bandwidth from Qwest (it's the only real option in our tiny town) and we're being told maybe, just maybe, we'll be able to get native IPv6 on our DS3 circuit by the end of 2011 (not that we really care - our IT plan doesn't include IPv6 at the edge until 2014/2015).

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