What is IPv6?
To send and receive information over the Internet, computers and other devices need a unique address - called an IP address. The current system that provides addresses is IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4), and has been in use for the past 30 years.
As the Internet has grown, the number of available IPv4 addresses has slowly been exhausted. To accommodate the growing number of Internet users, a new Internet Protocol was required.
IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) is the next-generation Internet Protocol, designed to replace IPv4. In addition to providing the needed addresses, IPv6 includes new security features to protect sensitive information.
Configure IPv6 in two easy steps:
Configure your router
Select your router from the list below for our IPv6 setup guides.
If your router is not listed, IPv6 may not be supported, or you may need to check your user manual/contact your router's manufacturer for assistance.
Or see our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
Enable IPv6 via My Internode
Once you have configured your router, enable IPv6 online through My Internode: