$1.28 billion for IPv6!

The Chinese government has allocated $1.28 billion dollars for IPv6 transition – see: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/china/china-vows-to-accelerate-ipv6-move-to-reverse-current-disadvantages/454 The National Development and Reform Commission, China‚Äôs top planner, has announced in February that it will come up with RMB 8 billion ($1.28 billion) to fund the deployment of next-generation Web protocol in the country. It will first spend over RMB 1 billion ($160 million) to subsidize key industries including electricity, oil and security employing the … Continue reading

IPv6 Firefox Add-Ons

Here’s two nice IPv6 address protocol add-ons. One is called IPvFox – it shows a 6 or 4 in the address bar, with smaller 6s or 4s for other protocols used, see: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ipvfox/ The other is SixOrNot, which shows a 6, 4 or C (cached) for the status of the site: /https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/sixornot/ But the best thing about both is if you mouse-over the icons they shows you exactly what other … Continue reading