Migrating Your Video Streams to IPv6

| February 19, 2019

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The world has run out of IPv4 addresses. IP version 4 or IPv4, the original 32-bit addressing system used by the internet, supported 4.29 billion individual IP addresses from 16 million top level blocks, the last of which were allocated in February 2011 by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).IP (Internet Protocol) is the foundation of the internet. Without an IP address, communication channels can’t be established. The explosion of IPTV, over-the-top (OTT) video.

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