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PBS NewsHour | World Tests IPv6: Why 4.2 Billion Internet Addresses Just Weren't Enough | PBS

Duration: 07:12
Program: PBS NewsHour #10045
Broadcast Date: Jun. 8, 2011

More than 400 organizations and Internet giants participated Wednesday in a trial run of a new addressing system, called Internet Protocol version 6, known as IPv6. Hari Sreenivasan reports on World IPv6 Day, and Leslie Daigle of the Internet Society explains how it will affect your life online.

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Post Date: June 9, 2011