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File Transfer IPv6 Readiness

Source: File Transfer Consulting
The world is out of IPv4 addresses and the time of IPv6 is at hand. This paper explores existing file transfer technology used for bulk data exchange under the lens of IPv6 and highlights issues to consider during strategic or tactical planning. Summary results from a series of IPv6 interoperability tests involving 5 clients, 3 browsers, and 6 servers illuminate the findings and recommendations.


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