What’s wrong with IPv4 and Why we are moving to IPv6

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4 Responses

  1. deepa says:

    what is the main reason the internet is moving towards ipv6?

    ipv4 is slower
    ipv4 is expensive
    ipv4 addresses will run out
    ipv4 is not as secure
    which is correct choice?
    pls tell me the answer

    • Ravi Saive says:


      The main reason is we are running out of IPv4 addresses, that’s the reason IPV6 comes into place, but it takes some more years to adopt IPV6..

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