Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Recommends IPv6 Transition

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Faced with increasing demand for Internet protocol addresses, better quality of service and security, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) today recommended a transition from the existing version of internet protocol (IPv4) to the next-generation IPv6 platform.

The regulator has proposed the setting up of a National Internet Registry (NIR) in the country, within the framework of the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), and the Regional Internet Registry, utilizing the existing set-up of National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI). Currently all users in India buy their Internet protocol addresses from the APNIC.

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Related topics: Cybersecurity, Internet Protocol, IPv6, Regional Registries

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