Today is World IPv6 Day, and if you are even aware of it, you may not be breaking out the champagne to celebrate. Recognition of the importance of the IPv6 transition is a noble endeavor, and everyone who delivers Internet content should realize that they have a duty to make sure their content is accessible to everyone. Right now, however, this transition is a difficult one. For the vast majority of us, the only thing we can do to "celebrate" IPv6 Day is to find out when IPv6 services will be available to us.
At CDT, we had hoped to light up IPv6 today, but failing that, we want to serve IPv6 traffic as soon as possible. We want to ensure that when v6 does become more the norm, we'll be ready. We’ve done all we could do to serve IPv6 traffic today, but there were a number of roadblocks to making that happen. So what have we done?Read more »