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Where can I get native IPv6 / Which ISPs provide IPv6?

The following is a list of providers who can provide native IPv6 to their customers. The list contains both consumer and business ISPs or in effect any ISP who provides access to an end-site. We also include providers using 6rd as this is close-to-native and ISP provided.

Note that this list only comprises Access Providers and not hosting providers. Most hosting providers can provide IPv6 already simply because it is native IPv6 on the local network in the same datacenter.

Japanese IPv6 Access Providers are listed on IPv6 Style: IPv6 Services in Japan Japan.

Russian IPv6 Access Providers are listed on version6.ru's Russian ISP List Russia.

For Transit providers check the IPv6 Transit list.

The IPv6 Providers

TLDProviderPrefixLinkTechnologyNotes
[ie] Airwire2a02:278::/32Fiber and fixed wirelessEthernetAsk helpdesk for details, will become by-default soon
[gb] Andrews & Arnold2001:8b0::/32DSL, EthernetPPPv6 or Ethernet 
[it] ASDASD srl2a02:f8::/32Ethernet, DSLEthernet, SONET, RFC1483, PPPoE, PPPoA 
[nl] BIT2001:7b8::/32DSL and othersEthernet 
[gb] Bogons2001:4b10::/32DSLPPPv6Provides Multicast IPv4 and IPv6
[nl] Breedband Delft2a02:928::/32EthernetEthernet 
[us] Citynet2001:19e0::/32DS1,DS3,Ethernet,SONETEthernet 
[gb] Claranet2001:a88::/32DSL, dialup and leasedPPPv6Provides Multicast IPv4 and IPv6
[us] Comcast2001:558::/31 2601::/28DOCSISEthernetSee Comcast6 for details
[ch] Cyberlink2001:8a8::/32DSL and othersEthernet 
[dk] Danske Telecom A/S2a02:460::/32Fiber and Fixed WirelessEthernetAvailable upon request. IPv6 access via WiMAX is pending. IPv6 transit available
[cz] [de] [sk] Dial Telecom2001:4de8::/32Fiber and Fixed WirelessEthernet 
[de] Dr.-Ing. Nepustil2001:14f8::/32Ethernet, DSLEthernet 
[it] E4A s.r.l2001:4c00::/32FTTH, Fixed WirelessEthernet 
[us] Earthwave Services2606:4d00::/32Ethernet, DSL, Bonded DSL, T1, etc.Ethernet 
[de] Easynet2001:6f8::/32DSL and othersPPPv6 or Ethernet 
[gb] Entanet2001:4d48::/32EthernetPPPv6Also provides IPv6 transit
[ca] [us] Epik Networks2607:f3d8::/32Ethernet, TDM (DS1,T3,etc), SONET, DSLEthernetContact sales@epiknetworks.com for more details and getting connected
[fr] FDN2001:910:1000::/38DSLPPPv6 
[gb] FidoNet2a01:2c0::/32Ethernet, DSL, Fiber, Leased LinesEthernet, PPPv6, PPPoE, PPPoA 
[de] Gaertner Datensysteme2a00:1030::/32Ethernet, DSLEthernet, PPPv6 
[us] GCI.com2610:100::/32Ethernet, TDM, SONET, Fiber, othersEthernetContact bcs@gci.com
[gb] Goscomb2a01:348::/32DSL, E1, EthernetPPPv6 or Ethernet 
[ch] green.ch AG2a01:2a8::/32xDSL, Ethernet, leased lineEthernet, PPPv6Please see business customers or private customers for more details
[at] Hotze.com GmbH2a02:5d8::/32DSL, EthernetEthernet 
[de] IDKOM Networks GmbH DSL and othersPPPv6 or Ethernet 
[gb] IDNet2a02:390::/32DSL, EthernetPPPv6 or Ethernet 
[de] IKS GmbH Jena2001:4bd8::/32Ethernet and othersEthernet 
[us] Impulse Internet Service2001:19f8::/32Ethernet, DSL, T1/T3Ethernetsupport@impulse.net for more information
[de] Individual Network Berlin e.V.2001:bf0:c000::/35xDSL, VPN, EthernetPPPv6 or EthernetIN-Berlin
[ch] Init Seven AG2001:1620::/32Leased line and othersEthernetEthernet Service, Optical Service
[nz] Inspire2404:1800::/32DSLEthernetInspire IPv6 details
[au] Internode2001:44b8::/32DSL, SDH, Sonet, EthernetEthernetADSL FAQ
[at] [bg] [cz] [de] [es] [fr] [gb] [hu] [it] [nl] [se] [sk] Interoute2001:1478::/32EthernetEthernet 
[ch] Interway2001:8e0::/32DSL and othersPPPv6 or Ethernet 
[us] ipHouse2001:4980::/32PPPv6DSL and othersIPv6 DSL, Contact support@iphouse.com to request it.
[it] ITGate2001:1418::/32DSL and othersEthernet 
[ch] [fr] Jaguar Network2a01:240::/32DSL and othersPPPv6 or Ethernet 
[ch] [de] KGT new media2a02:7a0::/32xDSL, EthernetPPPv6, Ethernet 
[us] Lava.net2001:1888::/32DSL, Frame-RelayEthernetOn request
[ee] Linxtelecom2001:ad0::/32EthernetEthernetMoosiriiul, also available for IPT, DIA and Server Housing
[nl] Luna.nl B.V.2001:9c0::/32Ethernet, Fiber, DSLPPPv6 or EthernetAlso native IPv6 for cloud services, colo servers, shared hosting, etc
[us] mc.net2607:fcb8::/32Ethernet, DSL, T1/T3PPPv6,EthernetOn request
[de] MIVITEC Rechenzentrum Munchen GmbH2a00:14e0::/32Ethernet, SDSL, VPNEthernet 
[sg] MobileOne Ltd2401:7400::/32EthernetEthernet 
[fi] Nebula2001:1bc8::/32DSLEthernetNebulaZone Advanced
[fr] Nerim2001:7a8::/32CablePPPv6 or Ethernet 
[ua] NetAssist LLC2a01:d0::/32ETTHEthernetCorporate Customers, Home Users
[ch] Network Design GmbH (NDNET/Usterweb)2a00:10c0::/32xDSLPPPv6, Ethernet 
[ch] nexellent ag2001:4168::/32Leased line and othersEthernet 
[au] Nextgen Networks2401:1c00::/32Fiber, EthernetEthernetOptional with any order at no additional cost
[hu] NIIF/Hungarnet2001:738::/32Ethernet, DSLEthernet, PPPv6 
[it] Panservice2001:40d0::/32DSL and dialupPPPv6IPv6 Connection Information / Go6.it
[de] PBX-network GmbH2a00:9e00::/32Ethernet, DSLPPPv6 
[fr] Proxad / Free SAS2a01:e00::/26DSL6rdIPv6 Press Release
[de] RelAix Networks GmbH2a00:fe0::/32DSL, Fiber, Wireless P2PEthernet 
[de] rh-tec2001:1a50::/32DSLPPPv6Free of charge, including 3 GB traffic. T-DSL required
[ca] Rogers2607:f090::/32DSL6rdRogers Tunneled IPv6 Access
[us] Roller Network LLC2607:fe70::/32Ethernet, T3, DS3, Fiber, Fixed WirelessEthernetNative dual-stack, residentual and business
[nl] RoutIT2a02:22a0::/32Ethernet, Fiber, DSL, LeasedPPPv6 or EthernetSee IRMA for details
[ch] Saitis2001:788::/32Ethernet, DSLEthernet 
[fr] SFR2a02:8400::/25DSLPPPv6How to enable IPv6 on SFR (French)
[nl] Signet2001:4cb8::/32EthernetEthernetSignet IPv6 Wiki (Dutch)
[tz] SimbaNET Tanzania2001:4258::/32Ethernet, FiberEthernet 
[nz] Snap2406:e000::/32DSLEthernet
[nl] Solcon2001:9e0::/32DSL and othersEthernet 
[de] Space.Net2001:608::/32DSL and othersPPPv6 or Ethernet 
[us] Spectrum Networks LLC DSLEthernetContact sales@spectrumnet.us for more information
[de] SpeedPartner GmbH2a01:198::/32DSL and othersPPPv6 or Ethernet 
[it] Spin s.r.l2a02:9a8::/32DSL and othersEthernet 
[ch] Swisscom2a02:1200::/28DSL6rdDefault enabled 6rd provided using TR-89 to devices provisioned by Swisscom
[us] Syringa Networks2605:5800::/32Ethernet, Fiber, DWDM, TDM (T1/DS1/DS3), SONET, DSL, Fixed WirelessEthernetPlease contact sales@syringanetworks.net for more information
[de] TAL.DE Klaus Internet Service GmbH2a01:170::/32DSLEthernetIn Beta
[ca] Teksavvy2607:f2c0::/32EthernetPPPv6 
[us] Threshold Communications2604:5000::/32DSL, T1, DS3, Sonet, Microwave/WirelessEthernet 
[de] Titan Networks2001:4b88::/32DSLPPPv6Titan-DSL
[us] Transaria/Cutthroat Communication2001:1940::/32DSL,T1,Ethernet,DS3,OC3Ethernet 
[nz] Unleash2401:f000::/32DSLEthernet 
[sg] Viewqwest Pte Ltd2001:d98::/32FiberEthernetProvides IPv6 for all residential customers by default
[nz] Vodafone New Zealand (Telstra Clear)   Promised for 2012
[fr] Wanadoo France DSLPPPv6 
[gb] Watchfront2a02:17b8::/32DSL, EthernetPPPv6 
[nz] WorldxChange Communications (Xnet)2001:e20::/32xDSL, Ethernet, FTTHDHCPv6 over xDSLOn Request (provide a /56 delegated prefix)
[pl] X-COM Partners, MAN Stargard2001:67c:1b0::/48Fiber (PON/AON), EthernetEthernet 
[nl] XS4all2001:888::/32DSLPPPv6IPv6 @ XS4all

The "Technology" column either contains:
  • Ethernet: Ethernet, or in the case of DSL actually bridged from ATM
  • PPPv6: existing or additional PPP session which carries IPv6

The Countries

The following table shows a statistic of how many ISPs provide native IPv6 in each country.

TLDCountryEntries
de17
us14
ch10
gb9
nl8
fr7
it6
nz5
ca3
hu2
sg2
au2
at2
sk2
cz2
fi1
ua1
tz1
pl1
dk1
ee1
se1
bg1
ie1
es1

Getting Listed

When you are an ISP providing IPv6 connectivity to endsites and you are not yet listed above, then please contact SixXS, providing them with the above information.

Would it not be bad for SixXS if Native IPv6 was available everywhere?

Why would it? One of the targets of SixXS is to stop providing tunnels to endusers because everybody can get native IPv6 connectivity. Thus if there are enough providers that people don't need tunnels any more, our mission is successful.

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