The internet is going to run out of numerical IP (Internet Protocol) addresses soon. But the system, will replace version 4 by Internet Protocol version 6 or IPv6.Every device which is connected to the net is assigned a personal number. But as the time has moved a millions of web enabled phones are now running online, and the numbers are running out of control.
In 1980s when the system was set up with a maximum of 4.1 billion addresses, was supposed that never run out but today it has failed a new version os needed to replace it.
IP addresses are like our phone numbers,that ensure that surfers reach websites and e-mails and find their destination they wanted.
“It will just be ‘business as usual’ if everyone gets their job done,”
said John Curran, chief executive of the American Registry for Internet Numbers,