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Is IPv6 ever going to be released for the internet?  If so when will it be full implemenated?
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For all the latest information on the status of IPv6 see this website.

http://www.ipv6forum.org/

You can get the current status of IPv6 around the world and they have a good white paper on IPv6 Internet Evolution on the main page.

God Bless

Gary
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