IPv6 is here and I am hearing from IPv6 clients they can't see me.

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It is my understanding the the IPV6 users will not be able to see the IPV4 address space. So as the IPv6 consumers come online, they will not be able to see in-motion servers. Right now, Comcast is handing out IPv6 addresses to their customers in LA. I know this because they can no longer see my server running here at in-motion and when I ask the to enter "what's my IP" in the google search bar, a IPv6 address is returned. They can't see us!
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JT S.
Quote from clark gaylord

Hello Scott --

Could you please refresh this answer with an update on your IPv6 progress? By now you should've made substantial progress.

Feel free to let me know if you're architects need assistance too.

Unfortunately, we still do not support IPv6 at this time.

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clark gaylord

Hello Scott --

Could you please refresh this answer with an update on your IPv6 progress? By now you should've made substantial progress.

Feel free to let me know if you're architects need assistance too.

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Scott
Hello pfregs,

Thank you for your question on IPV6 compatibility. Our servers are not yet set up for IPV6 compatibility. This is something that is certainly on the timeline, but as IPV6 is still very rare in the form of connections to our servers. It is certainly something that our architects are working on for the future. Unfortunately, early adopters will be the most inconveniences as they will not be able to see a large portion of the web until everyone else catches up.

Kindest Regards,
Scott M