Originally posted on 2011-06-07T18:56:00Z at http://theonlinekenyan.com/2011/06/world-ipv6-day-what-you-should-know.html
|World IPv6 Day - June 8|
Internet users will not need to do anything different on World IPv6 Day. Web services, Internet service providers, and OS manufacturers will be updating their systems to ensure Internet users enjoy uninterrupted service. In rare cases, users may still experience connectivity issues when visiting participating Websites. - via World IPv6 Day Website
- via Google: Internet Protocol Version 6
- Use an IPv4-only website, if one is available. For example, you can access Google at ipv4.google.com instead of www.google.com.
- Upgrade to the latest version of your browser. Older versions of many browsers have known bugs with IPv6, and later versions may incorporate workarounds for IPv6 connectivity-related issues in operating systems, routers, and ISP’s.
- Install a browser that includes workarounds for IPv6 connectivity problems, such as Google Chrome.