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Thread: IPV6 support in embedded network chips?
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face BY : Forrest W Christian email (remove spam text)



The latest Microchip TCP/IP stack (PIC32 only) includes IPv6 support.

in reality, you're going to see IPv4 in almost every application which even touches a microcontroller for a long time.  Most people I know aren't planning on transitioning their internal management networks to IPv6 soon, if ever.

-forrest

On 6/6/2012 12:24 AM, Peter wrote:
> IPV6 is scheduled to be rolled out by major ISPs by the end of the year. Is
> there support for IPV6 in the networking stacks embedded in certain Microchip
> products, and in the software network stacks which are provided by Microchip?
>
> -- Peter
>
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