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  • "Federal agencies are supposed to have made the switch to IPv6, which has unlimited addresses."
    Fred Evil
    Not true. VIRTUALLY unlimited maybe...but NOT flat out unlimited.
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  • Federal Agencies
    David L
    Have a long way to go before they will be close to ready to support IPv6. Sure some backbones here and there are converted, but the reality is that most of the equipment runs on private IP addresses and only the gateways need real (routable) IPv4 addresses. Maybe it would be more productive to give back and reallocate some of the blocks of Class As that are sitting unused by both the Federal Government and the private sector.
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