Future Internet infrastructure will use IPv6 addresses instead of the more and more obsolete IPv4 addresses of older days. The update became necessary, because the availability of IPv4 addresses is limited (4 billions possible) and the modern Internet needs way more addresses than IPv4 could provide. IPv6 can accomplish that.
The main obvious difference between both techniques is the address type:
- 2001:0db8:85a3:08d3:1319:8a2e:0370:7344 (IPv6)
- 192.168.030.234 (IPv4)
Also notable is that, while IPv4 addresses change on a more or less daily base, an IPv6 address will accompany a user for a long time.
Is CyberGhost IPv6 compatible?
Yes. Your IPv6 traffic will be forced automatically inside the encrypted VPN tunnel. All CyberGhost servers support IPv6, even if your Internet Service Provider does not (yet) offer IPv6.