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Old 3rd August 2007, 10:17   #1
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Default All internetservers to transition to IPv6 by 2011

This memo provides one possible plan for transitioning the Internet
from a predominantly IPv4-based connectivity model to a predominantly
IPv6-based connectivity model.

Other transition plans are possible and this purely informational
document does not create an obligation on any party to undertake any
of the actions specified herein.

The purpose of specifying this particular transition plan is to allow
for overall assessment of the viability of accomplishing the desired
transition and to begin the discussion of Internet-wide transition
plans in general.
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