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I have come to the scary conclusion that there are currently no plans for migrating to IPv6. While most all IG practitioners will agree that IPv6 is the way to go in terms of the development of the Internet. However, it is obvious that despite the constant discussion within ARIN, APNIC, AFRINIC, LACNIC, RIPE NCC, ITU, IGF and the plethora of other Internet governance forums, there is no definitive plan or obvious timelines for this migration. Service providers are not leading the charge because it is an expensive and wholly disruptive process (moreover, the popular usage of Carrier Grade NAT'ing, Content Delivery Networks and Application Level Gateways are serving as stop gaps). Users are not enthusiastic either, as only 0.3% of Internet endpoints are IPv6 enabled.