Now and then there is "news" about that the IP numbers will run out in X years, and we must change to TCP/IP v6...
And even though this crisis never really happens it has waken a question, how do you get started with TCP/IP v6? What do I need to change in my home network?
And if I start to use IPv6 in my LAN, what are pros and cons, and do you think it is a good idea?
Can you use IPv4 and IPv6 in the same cables in the same LAN, or do you need to physically separate them?
Can you have some translation box so you can reach the "normal" Internet from the IPv6 connected devices? (Just like a NAT-Router.)
Can someone please clarify the situation a little bit?
Thanks ChrisF for pointing out that it's OK to run IPv4 and IPv6 in parallel.