In Pictures: IPv6 by the numbers

Lee Schlesinger

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IPv4 v. IPv6 IPv6 uses a 128-bit address space – that is, 2^128 – yielding far more potential addresses than IPv4’s 32-bit scheme, and in fact more addresses than there are grains of sand in the Earth’s crust.

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