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It is expected that the majority of Internet users will have access to the next-generation Internet within the next two years. The next-generation Internet, also dubbed the second-generation Internet or Internet2, is intended to be an addition to the overcrowded Internet of today, without the need for a separate physical network.

Resolving the entire Domain Name System (DNS) is an important part of the next-generation Internet. The Public-Root enables you to see and visit all websites with Secondary Level Domains under all TLDs anywhere in the world. In other words, the existing DNS is incorporated in the largest Domain Name System in the world.

Other innovations related to the second-generation Internet are: the new Internet Protocol IPv6, the new email standard Email2 and Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs), which enable users to navigate the Internet in languages with characters not based on Latin script.

In the box on the right you can see if you are connected to the next-generation Internet.

  Large ISPs have already started to upgrade their DNS servers, in order to allow all their subscribers to access the next-generation Internet. In the future, the second-generation Internet will be so pervasive, reliable and transparent that it is bound to be taken for granted.

A flashing error sign indicates that your computer does not resolve the second-generation Internet. You can do two things:

  • Contact your ISP to find out when they will upgrade their service.
  • Upgrade your PC yourself. Just change the DNS settings of your PC in order to see the whole Internet. Just click here to proceed.

If you are an ISP and would like to offer access to the next-generation Internet, here is how to enabe your DNS Servers to resolve the Public-Root.

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