IPv6 Launch Day at Penn State

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Today is World Pv6 Launch Day. Penn State has been busy readying our infrastructure and public-facing services for IPv6. Over the last several years, our central networking group has improved IPv6 support in our core network and with our upstream providers. Over the past several months, various units have begun adding IPv6 to their services.

Several sites are reachable over IPv6, including the College of Earth & Mineral Sciences; our central wiki; Galaxy, a web-based bioinformatics cluster; our mobile site; and our mirror server.

Several months ago, the University's IT Leadership Council formed an IPv6 Working Group. We set a goal of IPv6-enabling our major public-facing services by this fall, so stay tuned for more announcements.

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