What Is IPv6? | IPv4 versus IPv6 Explained
IPv6 stands for Internet Protocol version 6. It’s the most recent version of the Internet Protocol, which helps identify and locate devices across the Internet. In this video, we’ll discuss how IPv6 is the new “future-proof” version of IPv4 by being more secure, more efficient, and most importantly by having enough IP addresses to go around.
0:00 – Intro to IP Addresses
1:50 – IPv6 Benefits
3:59 – Adoption of IPv6
6:18 – Outro
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