Technical Problems Increase as the Internet Runs Out of, Report

If you’ve experienced problems with your internet connection recently, chances are you’re not alone.
Recent reports suggest the system that routers use to share the map of the internet with one another has grown too large for some older routers to handle — which could result in poor connectivity.
“The industry faces many limitations with communications, ranging from wireless spectrum to core network bandwidth, and there is never a single solution to overcome these limitations,” Rob Enderle, principal analyst at the Enderle Group, told TechNewsWorld.
“The immediate need is a combination of extending the router memory caps and rebooting the routers, plus bundling IP addresses,” he continued.
The long-range solution is to shift from the Web’s current IPv4 protocol to IPv6, “but even IPv6 will eventually face similar limitations,” Enderle said.

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