The days of IPv4 are practically over
The days of IPv4 are practically over. Soon there will be Internet users who receive only IPv6 addresses when they connect to the Internet.
Transition technologies such as Carrier Grade NAT are controversial at best and can provide only deferral of accessibility problems. Are your servers only reachable via IPv4, there may be problems for many users, to connect to them. Vice versa, it is necessary to equip your network with IPv6 support to ensure you can also connect to sites which are only accessible via an IPv6 address.
Talk to us. We will look into what is necessary to bring your services and connections up to speed with IPv6 and we will create a corresponding implementation plan, too.