We have had to move away from IPv4, because the number of devices we now have networked and connected to the rest
of the world. IPv6 is supposed to give us more IPs than we could ever dream of needing (they said the same thing about IPv4). What do you think the next 20 years hold? What devices do you think will be connected to the Internet? What will this giant network look like?
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