A Birthday Gifts From CloudFlare – TheTechJournal.com is Now IPv6 Compatible Site

September 28 was CloudFlare‘s First Birthday and with their help TheTechJournal.com is now IPv6 compatible and accessible. Now anybody from IPv6 network could visit us smoothly. So far only 1% website is accessible to IPv6. Thanks to CloudFlare. You could get Automatic IPv6 Gateway also free, check details below.

IPv6 Vs IPv4

CloudFlare started for public exactly one year ago. Two days ago was there Birthday and they started Offer free IPv6 solution. Old and most used IPv4 is almost exhausted, IPv6 is future and we have to switch to it soon.

Whats IPv6 & IPv4 and Why Its important?
They are Internet Protocol. The IPv4 protocol was designed in the 1970s. It was built to accommodate about 4 billion devices connecting to the network. That seemed like a lot at the time, but the explosive growth of the Internet means we’re closing in on that number. In order to grow, a new protocol was created: IPv6. Read details about IPv6 & IPv4 on WikiPedia.

So, the IPv4 and IPv6 networks are incompatible to each other

Now check this Info-graphic to understand its importance:
Introducing CloudFlare's Automatic IPv6 Gateway

So now CloudFlare has easy solution for IPv6, and you could make your website IPv6 ready very easily. Check their site for more details – https://www.cloudflare.com/

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