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IPv4 has been standard since it was designed in September 1981, and it has proven to be a simple and scalable protocol, although not even obsolete, is becoming soon.
In the early 1990s, the
IETF began to design the new version of the IP, called IPv6, that became a standard in December 1995.

IPv6 has new and important features, the most important are a design that allows it to overcome the IPv4 limits: a practically infinite addressing space, the possibility to auto-configure hosts, an efficacious support for security and mobility of nodes, a design more suitable to transport real-time traffic, and the possibility to implement a gradual transition from IPv4 to IPv6.

World IPv6 Day
iii Successful Participation !!!
Wednesday June 8th 2011
Lanzamiento Mundial de IPv6
World IPv6 Launch
iii June 6th 2012 !!!

    New dates for IPv6 workshops in 2018, Mexico, June 2018 (In Spanish)

    during the event "Foro Sobre Puntos de Intercambio de Tráfico IXP Yucatán", topic "IXPs e IPv6", Yucatan, Mexico, May 2018

    It is given the conference "IPv6 e IoT, juntos e indispensables", Universidad Politécnica de Yucatán (UPY), Yucatan, Mexico, May, 2018

    Finally and successfully it is configured and enabled IPv6 in the main portal of the UNAM.
    Mexico City, Mexico,
    March 2018.

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