In the coming decades IPv6 will replace the IPv4 Internet standard that has an address space of around four billion IP addresses. The number of free addresses is becoming scarce. The enormous rise in Internet use in the past years has made it clear that IPv4 is not able to meet the increasing requirements.
With IPv6, each square meter of the earthʼs surface could be assigned 667 quadrillion IP addresses. IPv6 offsets the security weaknesses prevalent in IPv4. And there are no more problems with real-time applications such as Internet telephony.
At green.ch, you can quickly and easily migrate to IPv6 – free of charge. Contact our support team.