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Why the Entire Internet Is about to Become 'Slower and Flakier'

Discussion in 'Tech-Related News' started by lotuseclat79, Jan 26, 2011.

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  1. lotuseclat79

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    Why the Entire Internet Is about to Become 'Slower and Flakier'.

    -- Tom
     
  2. Gouthaman

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    I don't think the Internet will become slower. The rollout of IPv6 has already started in some countries. By this time next year, IPv6 will be everywhere. :)
     
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    If they have the money in their budgets - i.e. IPv6 rollout is not a quick process, like DNSSEC. But, it will definitely happen at somepoint in the future. The Economy of thw world is not looking to healthy nowadays!

    Only more traffic on the Internet makes it appear virtually "slower" as responses get queued up and serviced in a longer time frame for any one service speed allocated via ISP.

    -- Tom
     
  4. sepala

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    Experienced this SLOW a lot a few days ago....:(:(:(:(:(:(....Thought this is due to an error in my ISP:(:(
     
  5. sepala

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    Hey, I have noticed in most times, FB chat is online.. offline..then again online and offlne..Is this is also due to the influx of IP 6?
     
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    Unless you have something to say - on a chat line - exit from your chat program (also other programs that are up and running that you are not using at the time) so there is are no extra applications running which suck up processor time.

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  7. sepala

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    ohh..Thanks
     
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