The debate over whether there are enough IPv4 addresses left has come to a decisive end. Mil- lions of devices and applications coming online over the last several years have almost used up remaining supplies, and the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) has handed out its last block of addresses.

In Part I of the Peak 10 IPv6 Primer Series, we outlined the steps companies should take to prepare for the inevitable transition to IPv6: a readiness assessment, budget projection and timeline schedule. In Part II, we take a closer look at the pros and cons of three technology stop-gap measures that can help companies operate in both an IPv4 and IPv6 landscape until the eventual day when every online device is IPv6-native.

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