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OMB sent a Sept. 30 target date for departments to implement IPv6. NIST statistics show a majority of the government's networks will not change over from the older IPv4 in the next week.
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WFED's Max Cacas reports.
Host Tom Temin speaks with Doug Montgomery, manager of the Internet and Scalable Systems group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Tune in as they discuss IPv6, Part II, and the cybersecurity implications of not converting over to this new protocol.
Cita Furlani of NIST talks with host John Gilroy about why IPv6 is needed.
Jan. 5, 2010
Charles Lee, Verizon Federal &
Casey Dunlevy, BAE Systems
March 19, 2009
Less than one year from now, agencies across the Federal Government face a new deadline: On July 2010, all new equipment and software for federal computer networks must be compliant with the IPv6 internet protocol.