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What is IPv6?

It’s an upgraded version of Ipv4. Because the old version for IP-addresses (IPv4) ran out of combinations they had to create a new version that will provide new IP addresses.


Then they created IPv6. The IPv6 addresses are 128 bits long compared to IPv4 with 32 bits. This will be unlimited for a long time to come.

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