World IPv6 day is June 8th, 2011

Do check out if your connection or device supports IPv6 here and read more about the IPv6 problem here.Almost forgot, due to all the issues I bumped into today, that June 8, 2001 is World IPv6 Day. I’m sure a lot of you already knew that we are running out of IPv4 IPs, thus the need to shift to IPv6.

Do check out if your connection or device supports IPv6 here and read more about the IPv6 problem here.

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Just check this IPv4 stats out:

Do check out if your connection or device supports IPv6 here and read more about the IPv6 problem here.

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Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. He is one of the pioneers of blogging in the country and considered by many as the Father of Tech Blogging in the Philippines. He is also a technology consultant, a tech columnist with several national publications, resource speaker and mentor/advisor to several start-up companies.

10 Responses

  1. Avatar for leetkrew leetkrew says:

    Your internet connection is IPv6 capable

    Address type is
    Global Unicast / Native IPv6


    Your IPv6 address on the public Internet appears to be 2001:fd8:600:10::5

    ISP: globe tattoo

  2. Avatar for nj nj says:

    thanks sa info sir!. kaso typo ata yung date sa taas. i think you meant to type june 8, 2011 pero ang natype mo ay 2001 :D

  3. Avatar for JC John Sese Cuneta JC John Sese Cuneta says:

    ISPs, I wouldn’t expect them to do anything about it anytime soon, especially here in the Philippines.

    What they’ll do is just setup 6to4 or 6in4 on their end, and maybe IPv6-native will be deployed at a much later time once their customers are upgraded to IPv6-capable modems and routers.

    That’s the biggest problem right now for the ISPs, there are so few (and those few are mostly buggy to this date) modem/routers that are IPv6 capable. But if you really want to start connecting to IPv6, setup a tunnel, easiest for everyone –> http://gogo6.com

    Or hack your modem/router if it’s DD-WRT / OpenWRT compatible :p (then install your tunnel there, since no local ISPs offer IPv6-native yet anyway). Consider your security too, last I checked, there are no out-of-the-box IPv6-compatible firewalls yet.

    Regardless, the transition should be transparent for most users. For the next decade or so, we’ll see dual-stack setups (IPv4+IPv6), after that transition period, that’s the only time we’ll truly see an IPv6-only Interwebs (and start seeing 4to6 or 4in6 if there are still IPv4-only sites).

  4. Avatar for Chrisco Chrisco says:

    Most (if not all) of us, no IPv6 detected talaga kasi mga ISP naten di pa configured para dun. So depende sa ISP kung configured na DNS nila o hindi pa. Mostly nga, if not all, hindi pa.

  5. Avatar for marhgil marhgil says:

    is Yugatech IPv6 ready? :D

  6. Avatar for Jojo Jojo says:

    … backwards compatibility ?

  7. Avatar for csseyah csseyah says:

    No IPv6 address detected said to me… hehehehe

  8. Avatar for friend.com.ph friend.com.ph says:

    this is really interesting…

  9. Avatar for 1001 1001 says:

    Will test this to w7 os. Android seems not to be supported by this feature.

  10. Avatar for Benchmark Benchmark says:

    I tested mine…no IPv6 hehehehe maybe soon…I don’t know….

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