robho - 2:26 am on Jul 27, 2010 (gmt 0)
I've been experimenting with adding IPv6 addressibility to a spare domain and website, works fine, so the technology is straightforward enough.
But, given that a small number of users will still have trouble accessing a domain that has both A and AAAA addresses, is there a single good reason to add IPv6 to my live websites (since it still wouldn't free up an IPv4)?
It's the future of course, but I can't see any websites dropping their IPv4 address in the next decade. So, any reason why I should add IPv6 yet?