Internet management of the transition to IPv6

In today's world, we have reached a point where too many devices are now connected to the Internet. Managing IP addresses has become too slow to ensure proper operation. As web page downloads slowed down and the number of available IP addresses decreased, IPv4 became obsolete. IPv6 came into being with a new management mode.

Management with IPv6

The goal of IPv4 was to allocate all IP addresses to each user. No one imagined that this number provided would be insufficient. Over the years, the number of devices that need an IP address has increased considerably. Take a look at

. The upgrade to IPv6 has many advantages over IPv4:
- The major difference is the address space, which is larger with IPv6 (128 bits versus 32 bits for IPv4)
- IP addresses are allocated more efficiently, based on the actual need for requests.
- IPv6 is more secure than its previous version. Indeed, IPSec ensures the protection and secure communication of data.
- No more geographical limits.

A DDI (DNS-DHCP-IPAM) solution to improve IPv6 management

Getting a DDI solution is an essential element for a company to ensure its future goals. The system must be as developed as the real world. In the past, manual management of IP addresses was possible due to the small number of addresses. Over the years, the number of IP addresses has increased and with IPv6, many more are now available. In fact, it is impossible for an administrator to manage everything and provide a smooth network for the company at the same time. This is time consuming and the risk of errors is high.
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