Sunday, April 17, 2011

NEWS!!! Asia out of IPv4 addresses .Who will be next??

I want to share this news about IPv4 and one tutorial about IPv6, please check this IPv6 forum : .

And..... for Exchange 2010 ???? check my previous post
Spanish Version

The article:
The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) has run out of all but a handful of IPv4 addresses that it is holding in reserve for start-up network operators.
APNIC is the first of the Internet's five regional Internet registries to deplete its free pool of IPv4 address space.
APNIC's news is another sign that CIOs and other IT executives need to begin migrating to IPv6, the long-anticipated upgrade to the Internet's main communications protocol known as IPv4.

IPv6 and Exchange 2010

New! Spanish Version
Exchange 2010 works with IPv6??? Check below

Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the most recent version of the Internet Protocol (IP). IPv6 is intended to correct many of the shortcomings of IPv4, which was the previous version of the IP. In Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, IPv6 is supported only when IPv4 is also used; a pure IPv6 environment isn't supported. Using IPv6 addresses and IP address ranges is supported only when both IPv6 and IPv4 are enabled on the computer running Exchange 2010, and the network supports both IP address versions. If Exchange 2010 is deployed in this configuration, all server roles can send data to and receive data from devices, servers, and clients that use IPv6 addresses.
This topic discusses IPv6 addressing in Exchange 2010. For additional background information about IPv6, see IPv6 and IPv6 Support in Exchange 2007 SP1 and SP2.

Exchange 2010 components and IPv6