A lack of IPv4/IPv6 feature parity is keeping some vendors from adding support for the next-generation Internet protocol to new products, according to engineers in charge of administering the transition. The issue was brought to the forefront by Apple's recent decision not to add support for IPv6 to Version 6.0 of its AirPort Utility wireless-configuration solution.
Engineers call parity issues a hurdle to IPv6 implementation
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