What is IPv6?
IPv6 is the new, enhanced version of the Internet protocol that will gradually phase out the current IPv4 standard. Every device that connects to the Internet needs its own IP address. IPv6 will add billions of new IP addresses to the Internet, making room for more people, more companies, and more devices to come online around the world.
This transition affects every aspect of your network, from routers and switches to operating systems and your company's website. Fortunately, the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 won't happen overnight, so you have time to upgrade your network.