Google completes quick, easy IPv6 job

A group of Google engineers worked on a part-time project for about 18 months, and now all of the company's services can support IPv6. Google has been chatting up IPv6 lately, becoming as vocal a supporter as early fans such as NTT America, and the company went public with its project apparently to show how inexpensive and painless it can be. The clock is running on IPv4, with just a few years worth of addresses left, but if the Internet giant is on board, maybe you should be on board, too.  

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