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D-Link IPv6 Solutions

The move from IPv4 to IPv6 routing addresses the growing need for additional public IP addresses. Today, each new device on the Internet is assigned an IP address, and the number of available IPv4 addresses has nearly depleted.The European Commission encourages the rapid adaptation of IPv6 to keep Europe at the vanguard of Internet use. Support for IPv6 routing is important to securing the future of a network and is also essential to ensure the growth and development of tomorrow's Internet.

Download the D-Link IPv6 Whitepaper

The Advantages of IPv6

One benefit of IPv6 is that it offers a new pool of IP addresses to ensure that there are enough available to facilitate this growing need and protect future investments. In addition to a vastly expanded address space, IPv6 offers a wide range of improvements, including:

  • Security enhancements 
  • Stateless autoconfiguration 
  • Superior mobility 
  • Enhanced subnet address management
  • Simplified network administration
  • Built-in multicasting
  • New QoS features
IPv6 Compliant D-Link Products

At D-Link, we provide end-to-end networking solutions for both business and consumer, including switching solutions and home routers that take full advantage of IPv6 benefits. Our IPv6 solutions address a number of scenarios that demand next generation IP, including:
  • Increased prevalence of IP/mobile phones
  • Automobile navigation systems
  • Community Wi-Fi and WiMax installations
  • Emerging applications such as: 
  • New Internet-enabled wireless devices
  • Industrial appliances
  • Internet-connected transportation systems
  • Integrated telephony services like VoIP and presence-aware communication
  • Expansion of home networking technologies (appliances, media systems)
  • Increased installations of "always-on" home networking via DSL or cable
D-Link offers customers leading-edge equipment, comprehensive support and a clear path to the next generation Internet.