IPng


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IPng

IPng

(IP Next Generation) See IPv6.
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The IPng area directors of the IETF recommended the creation of Ipv6 at the Toronto IETF meeting in 1994.
The challenge for an IPng is to provide a solution which solves todays problems and is attractive in these emerging markets.
The challenge the IETF faced in the selection of an IPng is to pick a protocol which meets today's requirements and also matches the requirements of these emerging markets.
There is no question that an IPng is needed, but only a question of when.
The challenge for an IPng is for its transition to be complete before IPv4 routing and addressing break.
The deployment strategy for an IPng must be as flexible as possible.
Being a network manager and thereby representing the interests of a significant number of users, from my perspective it's safe to say that the transition and interoperation aspects of any IPng is *the* key first element, without which any other significant advantages won't be able to be integrated into the user's network environment.