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Perhaps mobile wireless devices will develop to the point at which they are cheap enough to be everywhere and smart enough to give users reason to interact with them over an IPv6 Internet. Or maybe something else entirely will come along: small and cheap inventory tags that can display prices and interface directly with a store’s database system, massively parallel nanocomputers, or smart paper. Whatever the killer app turns out to be, the end result will be that the niche-based IPv6 application will grow into a mainstream market before the IPv4 network is eventually enfolded by it.
As IPv4 products started entering the marketplace, the network business was in its infancy. Many companies had not yet added Local Area Networks (LANs) to their IT infrastructure, and there was plenty of room for growth. As IPv4 gained penetration, companies could build their first networks with it at a lower cost than converting large networks to it. Networking vendors, focused on their own existing product lines, are incorporating IPv6 into IPv4 products. IP is a computer networking protocol, so IPv6 should, vendors seem to be reasoning, be a simple upgrade to existing IPv4 products.
S. government started the process of privatizing the Internet and making possible endless commercial possibilities. The land rush for IP address space (not to mention domain names) was about to begin, and IETF leaders knew that something drastic would have to be done—but the problem was clear well before that. The strategy for dealing with the address space crisis included two urgent missions: First, design and deploy short-term, stopgap mechanisms that could be used to immediately and easily slow down the rapid rate of IPv4 address consumption; and second, design and deploy a successor protocol that would ultimately replace IPv4.
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