Archive | February, 2011

Auldhouse offers IPv6 courses

IT training firm Auldhouse is now offering a portfolio of IPv6 training courses, targeted at technical and executive audiences. There are three courses on offer, as follows: For Managers or anyone requiring an overview of transitioning to IPv6: IPv6 Overview – ½ Day For IT Professionals wishing to upgrade skills: Transitioning to IPv6 – 3 […]

IANA runs out of IPv4 addresses

The IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority – has allocated the last IP address blocks from the global IPv4 central address pool, ending all debates over when this would happen. Several months remain before Regional Registries consume all their remaining regional IPv4 address pools, with recent trends suggesting that Asia, Europe, and North America will […]

Media release: 2011 is the year of IPv4 exhaustion

Media release – 2 February 2011 The New Zealand IPv6 Task Force advises that 2011 is the year when allocations of IPv4 addresses from the world’s Internet address registries will be exhausted. “For those organisations that are yet to adopt the replacement IPv6 protocol on their networks, now is the time to move,” says Task […]