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IPv6Today (on the eve of leap day), Kerio introduced Kerio Control 7.3 with support for IPv6. Does that mean customers should dive into IPv6? Well, probably not dive (or leap), but it is definitely the right time to dip your toe in the water.

As the Internet community phases in the new protocol, Kerio Control 7.3 will allow organizations, in just a few clicks, to securely test IPv6 traffic over their corporate networks. This is Kerio’s first step toward full and secure support of IPv6 and we are encouraging our customers to begin thinking about IPv6, but to do so in a smart and secure matter.

In addition to IPv6 support, Kerio Control 7.3's enhancements include full Web administration via the iPad, emailed Kerio StaR (statistics and reporting) reports and daily IPS blacklists updates.

Check out all the new features here and be sure to register for our "Introduction to Kerio Control 7.3" webinar.

IPv6 will be the catalyst for new innovations and we are excited to be a part of it. With Kerio Control, you can begin preparations now so you don't have to take a leap of faith when your ISP offers nothing but IPv6. We'll be ready when the time comes.


Original article available on our blog.

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