What is all the IPv6 buzz about? And how will it impact your communications applications? In February 2011, the last IPv4 addresses were allocated to the global registries. While IPv4 addresses will be available for some time, the reality is that IPv6 addresses will be required in the future. Service providers, enterprises and integrators need to understand how IPv6 works and what impacts it may or may not have on applications. In this session, Dan York provides an overview of IPv6, how it impacts the SIP protocol and potential future action. Along the way he provides links for more information. This was part of a webinar found at http://blogs.voxeo.com/jamsessions/
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