Published on December 7th, 2010 | by James Chapman0
Yealink IP Phones Have Supported IPv6
IPv6 is a version of the Internet Protocol that is designed to succeed IPv4 and is an Internet Layer protocol for packet-switched internetworking. The main driving force for the design of IPv6 was the foreseeable IPv4 address exhaustion.
IPv6 provides benefits to commercial, business or home consumers in numerous ways. From a cost perspective, some features of IPv6 could reduce internal enterprise network and IT operating expenditures. From a revenue viewpoint, a variety of sophisticated product propositions will be enabled by the abundance of IPv6 addresses. Network security is also integrated into the design of the IPv6 architecture, and the IPv6 specification mandates support for IPSec as a fundamental interoperability requirement.
HD IP phones designed and manufactured by Yealink focus on the tendency of IPv6. The coming of new firmware V60, based on IPv4-standard, extension functions and betterment of the cost performance of the phones, makes Yealink successfully realize the advantages of IPv6 compatibility. These aspects make Yealink one of the few IP phone manufacturers supporting IPv6 ensure Yealink products remain sustainable whilst adding value. With new firmware and new features, Yealink VoIP products provide customers with returns of long-term investment and accelerate the pace of IPv6 in the world.
To enjoy new features at your own experience, download beta version of V60 on our website: www.yealink.com
Notice from Yealink:
Beta version of V60 has not taken a stability test yet, so no batch upgrade is recommend here.
We suggest you use the beta version as a test before the release of the official one.