Ars Technica on IPv4 exhaustion

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at
Thu Jun 19 05:45:41 UTC 2014

On Thursday, June 19, 2014 01:02:15 AM George, Wes wrote:

> For example: in ~September 2013 I was pleasantly
> surprised to find (via some colleagues observing it in
> the UI) that a number of current Sony TVs and BluRay
> players do in fact support IPv6, but at the time, it
> wasn’t listed as a feature on their model info on the
> site. Haven’t checked to see if it’s there now.
> @sonysupportusa on twitter has been helpful when asked
> questions about specific models’ IPv6 support, but as I
> told them, there’s really no substitute for having the
> info on the site. It’s not complete *cough* PS4 *cough*
> but they’re getting there.
> Similarly, Belkin’s home routers appear to support IPv6,
> but that doesn’t appear in the specs or features list on
> their site when I just checked it.

Perhaps the folk at Sony and Belkin "think" IPv6 is 
mainstream and not worth making a big fuss over :-).

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