A new testing center for IPv6 is getting set to open in Virginia. It will soon begin to test IPv6 deployments for large-scale government agencies. This looks like the first major breeding ground for IPv6 deployments. Earlier this year, it was announced that all agencies of the U.S. government must have all their systems IPv6-compatible by June 2008.
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