IPv6 Chart

IPv6, Internet Protocol version 6, is the most recent version of the Internet Protocol (IP). It’s designed to eventually replace IPv4. IPv6 uses 128-bit Internet addresses. Therefore, it can support 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456 addresses, to be exact – which is a lot more than IPv4.

Prefix /48s /56s /64s Mask Bits
/24
16M
4G
1T
104
/25
8M
2G
512G
103
/26
4M
1G
256G
102
/27
2M
512M
1258G
101
/28
1M
256M
64G
100
/29
512K
128M
32G
99
/30
256K
64M
16G
98
/32
64K
16M
4G
96
/33
32K
8M
2G
95
/34
16K
4M
1G
94
/35
8K
2M
512K
93
/36
4K
1M
256M
92
/37
2K
512K
128K
91
/38
1K
256K
64M
90
/39
512
128K
32M
89
/40
256
64K
16M
88
/41
128
32K
8M
87

K = 1,024
M = 1,048,576
G = 1,073,741,824 
T = 1,099,511,627,776

RIPE NCC Member

Hostio Solutions is a label of Access2.IT Group B.V. which is a member of RIPE NCC. We buy and maintain our ranges directly at RIPE.
 
We have IPv6 /48, IPv6 /40, and IPv6 /36 available for rental.

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