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Completing the Transition to Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)

If the federal government can do #IPv6, why can’t you?

https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/M-21-07.pdf announced on 19.Nov. 2020

Develop an IPv6 implementation plan by the end of FY 2021, and update the Information Resources Management (IRM) Strategic Plan  as appropriate, to update all networked Federal information systems (and the IP-enabled assets associated with these systems) to fully enable native IPv6  operation. The plan shall describe the agency transition process and include the following milestones and actions: 12

  1. At least 20% of IP-enabled assets on Federal networks are operating in IPv6-only environments by the end of FY 2023
  2. At least 50% of IP-enabled assets on Federal networks are operating in IPv6-only environments by the end of FY 2024
  3. At least 80% ofIP-enabled assets on Federal networks are operating in IPv6-only environments by the end of FY 2025 and
  4.  Identify and justify Federal information systems that cannot be converted to use IPv6 and provide a schedule for replacing or retiring these systems;

See details in linked pdf

Lets see if that happens as planned