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Internet Protocol version 6 and 64 bit addresses.
 
Internet Protocol version 6 and 64 bit addresses.
 
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* [https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/M-21-07.pdf The OMB has decreed that the Federal Government needs to move towards IPV6]. 2020-11-19
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* [https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/M-21-07.pdf The OMB has decreed that the Federal Government needs to move towards IPV6]. 2020-11-19<blockquote>
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This memorandum communicates the requirements for completing the operational deployment of IPv6 across all Federal information systems and services, and helps agencies overcome barriers that impede them from migrating to IPv6-only network environments. The strategic intent is for the Federal government to deliver its information services, operate its networks, and access the services of others using only IPv6. 0MB previously issued policy discussing the expectation for agencies to run dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6) into the foreseeable future; however, in recent years it has become clear that this approach is overly complex to maintain and unnecessary. As a result, standards bodies and leading technology companies began migrating toward IPv6-only deployments, thereby eliminating complexity, operational cost, and threat vectors associated with operating two network protocols.</blockquote>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 11:34, 20 November 2020

Full Title

Internet Protocol version 6 and 64 bit addresses.

Context

This memorandum communicates the requirements for completing the operational deployment of IPv6 across all Federal information systems and services, and helps agencies overcome barriers that impede them from migrating to IPv6-only network environments. The strategic intent is for the Federal government to deliver its information services, operate its networks, and access the services of others using only IPv6. 0MB previously issued policy discussing the expectation for agencies to run dual stack (IPv4 and IPv6) into the foreseeable future; however, in recent years it has become clear that this approach is overly complex to maintain and unnecessary. As a result, standards bodies and leading technology companies began migrating toward IPv6-only deployments, thereby eliminating complexity, operational cost, and threat vectors associated with operating two network protocols.

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