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IPv6 Access ServicesAs IPv4 addresses run out and IPv6 addresses take over, bridging technology is needed during the changeover. IPv6Now provides secure, high-speed servers to transmit your IPv6 traffic inside 'tunnels' of normal IPv4 packets. This bridge the gap for those who want IPv6 today, but are not yet ready to make the full upgrade to native IPv6. The benefits:
- No changes required to equipment or ISP - simply install client software.
- Static (permanently-assigned) IPv6 addresses - for running stable Internet services.
- Flexible, scaleable, and suitable for any setup - from home offices to big business.
- Protected by commercial-grade Service Level Agreements.
- Setup is fast and simple - we provide FAQs and manuals.
Now6 provides IPv6 simply and easily for home or business, using small or large networks. It is also ideal for large sensor networks doing security or environmental monitoring. Now6 provides a /64 (slash-64) prefix, which contains 1.8 x 1019 addresses in a single subnet. See more on Now6...
Grow6 is an immediate IPv6 service for those wanting to offer IPv6 without the expense of new staff or equipment. It suits Service Providers or expanding enterprises. Grow6 provides a /48 prefix, containing 1.2 x 1024 addresses in 65,536 subnets, each the size of a /64. See more on Grow6...
Managed6Managed6 is a tailored, cloud-integrated network service running on an IPv6 backbone, which provides a range of applications impossible to achieve with IPv4. For an example, see the award-winning Studentnet service. To discuss Managed6 options, please contact Kevin Karp, phone 1800 222 085 or email email@example.com.
gogo6 Tunnel Broker HardwareIPv6Now is also the sole supplier and supporter in Australia for the renowned gogoSERVER device.
See here for more on tunnel broker hardware.
Free IPv6Would you like to experiment with IPv6? As a contribution to the Internet community, IPv6Now offers free single-user IPv6 tunnels and IPv6 website visibility, to help broaden understanding of IPv6.
See here for more on free IPv6 services.