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waqasskhalid

Numer of IPv6 allowed?

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I have been allotted usable 2604:4300:a:52::2/64 by my dedicated provider. How many ip v6 do I have and whats the range so I can assign those to my clients in solusvm.

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range:  2604:4300:a:52:0:0:0:0 - 2604:4300:a:52:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff

/64 = 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 IPv6 addresses

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16 hours ago, waqasskhalid said:

I have been allotted usable 2604:4300:a:52::2/64 by my dedicated provider. How many ip v6 do I have and whats the range so I can assign those to my clients in solusvm.

You can create blocks of 100 IPV6 on solusvm and you can assign to your customers VPSs also you can assign blocks /80 that is  281,474,976,710,656 addresses

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It's a bit confusing for me what will the range of ips...ipv4 are easy to understand for instance their range is 1.1.1.1 to 1.1.1.100 for 100 ips. How do we use ipv6. Even if you can refer me to an article explaining this will be helpful.

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That is what we are testing as well right now, we created blocks of 100 in solus and are assigning it to customers ... 

works well in solusvm. AS for reading material you need to consult google, lots and lots out there but you need to find what matches for your case.

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Yep the IPV6 will take some getting used to. Your up line provider should be able to help you as well

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