NZRS gets IPv6 ball rolling
Monday, April 26, 2004 - :51 PM
Topic: 6DEPLOY
Posted by: Jordi

New Zealand Registry Services (NZRS) the company that runs the .nz register, has begun implementing IPv6 "glue" in the register's database, says manager Nick Griffin.

"The glue will allow registrants to put IPv6 number in to the SRS." The SRS (shared registry system) is the database that stores the .nz registrations and Griffin says by allowing users to begin experimenting with the IPv6 protocol, NZRS will be able to stay one step ahead of user demand.

Complete information at Computerworld.

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