Adoption by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) of a new IPv6 routing protocol for low power and lossy networks (RPL) will provide a significant boost the emerging 'Internet of Things'.
With the long expected exhaustion of IPv4 addresses now a reality, in Asia Pacific at least, you'd expect the volume of Internet traffic using IPv6 addressing to be growing strongly, but it has in fact decreased in the last six months.
As with anything a scarcity of supply creates a potentially lucrative market - white, grey or black, and IPv4 addresses are no exception, with prices as high as $US11 being reported. ISOC however is urging that established guidelines for address transfers be followed.
What a load of drivel. Stick to IT mate.
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Good on 'em
think of the children again why don't they ask god for passcode he knows anything Morons