Is Anyone Actually Using IPv6?

Due to a theoretical shortage of 4.3 billion unique public IP addresses in the familiar four-octet format (ie: 192.168.0.100), IPv6 uses hexadecimal to draw from a pool that is 3.4 X 10^38, or 340 followed by thirty six zeroes unique addresses. For context, this is 56 octillion addresses for each person on the...

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