Monday, February 7, 2005

ISC Upgrades DNS Root Server to IPv6 with Juniper

Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) has upgraded the Domain Name System F Root installation at its New Zealand location with Juniper Networks M-series routing platforms. The upgrade allows the nameservers at the location to handle IPv6 packet addressing. This latest deployment complements ISC's M-series deployments at its other Asia Pacific root server locations, including Osaka and Seoul. Financial terms were not disclosed.

ISC is a non-profit public benefit corporation that operates one of the 13 root servers behind the Internet's Domain Name System (DNS).

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