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We are absolutely, definitively, completely and utterly out of IPv4 addresses, warns RIPE

Len
IT Angle

If Sky gives his modem/router an IPv6 address and he visits an IPv6 resource like YouTube.com he should be connecting over IPv6. If he doesn't then the issue can hardly be with YouTube or Sky.

I run SixOrNot and you'd be surprised how common IPv6 is for websites. I have made IPv6 support a minimum requirement for all my sites and services years ago.

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