With the major DNS backbones being upgraded to support IPv6, it will not be that long before the shift will officially start. Now is the time to play with it and make sure that you are familiar with how it works so you will not be left behind scouring the internet for resources on how to configure it should the time come. I have played with IPv6 on the Mac for quite sometime already and with the new Airport Extreme base station natively supporting IPv6, it is very easy to setup – just enable it and boom! You are connected to the IPv6 network. With Linux, it is a bit complicated but not impossible to do. A simple how-to can be found here.
So what can you do when you are in the IPv6 network now? Look for the dancing. :)
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