A successor to last year's World IPv6 Day is the subject of an article
over at ars technica. World IPv6 Launch
will take place on June 6 and this time the plan is to leave things up and running on IPv6 after the day has ended. "Also new this year is that several Internet service providers will be participating by enabling IPv6 for at least one percent of their customers—with more to follow. These ISPs include not only those that have already put a toe in the IPv6 waters before, such as Comcast, Free Telecom in France, and XS4ALL in the Netherlands; but also Time Warner Cable and AT&T. Last but not least, Cisco/Linksys and D-Link will be enabling IPv6 support in the default configurations of their home routers.
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