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"Successful introduction of IPv6, first in specific geographic and fields of application, and later in the core of the network, is one of the most strategic requirements for the continued growth of the Internet.  ISOC will continue to support relevant standards work, will support related education and training activities, and will be watchful for any public policy issues affecting the deployment of IPv6."  ISOC Member Briefing #6 The Transition to IPv6 Jan 2002

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IPv4 Number Depletion

Number of Addresses in IPv4 4,294,967,296
Population of Earth (2001) 6,170,000,000
Number of Addresses in IPv6 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456

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