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@ -74,16 +74,17 @@ Let us list some projects/communities we are aware of:
For many years we have been watching IPv6 support in (network)
hardware and open source software. And while not every everything is
fixed, many pain points have been solved. And what is even better:
even if your network equipment does not nicely work with IPv6, a lot
of equipment can now be made IPv6 usable just by flashing
fixed, many pain points have been solved.
And the great thing is, even if your network equipment does not work with IPv6 nicely,
a lot of equipment can now be made IPv6 usable just by flashing
[OpenWRT](https://openwrt.org/).
## IPv6 everywhere
You might have heard the claims of our CEO, Nico Schottelius, that you
can have IPv6 everywhere. This year at ungleich we released the
You might have heard the claims of our CEO, [Nico
Schottelius](https://twitter.com/NicoSchottelius),
that you can have IPv6 everywhere. This year at ungleich we released the
[VIIRB](u/products/viirb-ipv6-box/), the world's smallest IPv6
router.
@ -96,7 +97,7 @@ network: all devices in your network have IPv6 via autoconfiguration.
## IPv6 in 2020
So in 2020, you can go out, connect yourself anywhere with IPv6, talk
about it to many people and get your software easily up and
running. Oh, and if you think it is just us, we are not the only ones
about it with everybody and get your software up and running easily.
Oh, and if you think it is just us, we are not the only ones
who think [the attitude towards IPv6
changed!](https://blog.apnic.net/2020/08/03/ipv4-ipv6-and-a-sudden-change-in-attitude/).

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