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Support for IPv6 addresses
IPv6 addresses are not supported with our hostings on the old platform.
The IP (Internet Protocol) address is the identifier that is used to route the data packets to a connected device. Or, to simplify, it's "the equivalent of your postal address in the physical world." Just as only one mailbox can receive mail for a whole family or a business, a unique IP address can enable multiple devices to connect.
Because of its design, the current system, IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4), offers "only" 4.3 billion IP addresses. IPv4 is not yet dead, however: about a third of the IP addresses have been assigned to entities that do not use them and could redistribute them to others. But this would only postpone the inevitable, namely the transition to Internet Protocol version 6.