The key transition objective of the protocol is to allow
IPv6 and IPv4 hosts to interoperate. A second objective
is to allow IPv6 hosts and routers to be deployed in
a highly diffused and incremental fashion, with few
interdependencies. A third objective is that the transition
should be as easy as possible for end-users, system
administrators, and network operators.
The Public-Root system integrates full
support for IPv6 AAAA name server address records for
Top-Level Domains (TLDs). The INAIC recognizes the importance
of IPv6 to the Internet community and is committed to
innovation by empowering TLD operators with IPv6 addressing
to support their transition to the Next Generation Internet.