It’s time to switch to IPv6, if only because we’re out of IPv4 addresses. But is the new version of the IP protocol actually better?
IPv4 is the most widely applied version of the Internet Protocol. How does it work and what would happen if we ran out of IPv4 addresses?
IPv6 is the newest generation of the Internet Protocol that will eventually replace currently used IPv4. Why? How? Here are the answers!
Managing your IP address space manually is no longer possible, but thankfully we have IP address management. What is it and why you need it?