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IPv6 5 January 2012

IPv6 Hosting Providers

Does the hosting provider for your website offer IPv6 connectivity? If they do not – and are not going to provide IPv6 connectivity any time soon, you may want to consider what would be involved with moving to another hosting provider who does support IPv6. Several lists are available:

Given the effort involved with moving to a new hosting provider, you probably want to start with speaking with your existing hosting provider.

If you are launching a new web presence, consider using a hosting provider from these lists as you will know from the beginning that your site will work with IPv6.

Do you know of additional lists of IPv6 hosting providers we should consider adding here? If so, please send them to us.

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