GLADEV ICT Team provides design and engineering expertise to address the detailed configuration and integration aspects of an IPv6 architecture.
This service focuses on the development of the equipment configurations, test plans and integration plans required to integrate the elements into an IPv6 environment. Target IP infrastructure elements include IP addressing, routers, switches, firewalls, load balancers, IDS/IPS, Cloud and SDN
The first allocation of IPv6 address space by a Regional Internet Registry (RIR) to a provider was made in April of 1999.
One of the messages that was clear at the North American IPv6 Summit is that Dual-Stack is only halfway there. We don’t really want to maintain two networks (IPv4 and IPv6) forever. We want to get to IPv6-Only networks
Over time, numerous technical and economic stop-gap measures have been developed in an attempt to extend the usable life time of1Pv4, but all of these measures add cost and complexity to network infrastructure and raise significant technical and economic barriers to innovation.
It is widely recognized that full transition to 1Pv6 is the only viable option to ensure future growth and innovation in Internet technology and services
IPv4 address space has been used for decades to grow the Internet. When engineers deployed IPv4 in 1981, four billion IP addresses seemed like plenty. As the world caught on to the commercial possibilities of the Internet, though, engineers realized that the number of IP addresses simply wasn’t enough for all the laptops, mobile devices, web servers, routers, and other devices coming online.