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FAQ : Connectivity (Tunnels and Subnets) : Where can I get native IPv6 / Which ISPs provide IPv6?

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  • The IPv6 Providers
  • The Countries
  • Getting Listed
  • Would it not be bad for SixXS if Native IPv6 was available everywhere?

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's Russian ISP List Russia.

For Transit providers check the IPv6 Transit list.

The IPv6 Providers

[us] United StatesCitynet2001:19e0::/32DS1,DS3,Ethernet,SONETEthernet 
[us] United StatesComcast2001:558::/31 2601::/28DOCSISEthernetSee Comcast6 for details
[us] United StatesEarthwave Services2606:4d00::/32Ethernet, DSL, Bonded DSL, T1, etc.Ethernet 
[ca] Canada[us] United StatesEpik Networks2607:f3d8::/32Ethernet, TDM (DS1,T3,etc), SONET, DSLEthernetContact for more details and getting connected
[us] United StatesGCI.com2610:100::/32Ethernet, TDM, SONET, Fiber, othersEthernetContact
[us] United StatesImpulse Internet Service2001:19f8::/32Ethernet, DSL, T1/ for more information
[us] United StatesipHouse2001:4980::/32PPPv6DSL and othersIPv6 DSL, Contact to request it.
[us] United StatesLava.net2001:1888::/32DSL, Frame-RelayEthernetOn request
[us] United Statesmc.net2607:fcb8::/32Ethernet, DSL, T1/T3PPPv6,EthernetOn request
[us] United StatesRoller Network LLC2607:fe70::/32Ethernet, T3, DS3, Fiber, Fixed WirelessEthernetNative dual-stack, residentual and business
[us] United StatesSpectrum Networks LLC DSLEthernetContact for more information
[us] United StatesSyringa Networks2605:5800::/32Ethernet, Fiber, DWDM, TDM (T1/DS1/DS3), SONET, DSL, Fixed WirelessEthernetPlease contact for more information
[us] United StatesThreshold Communications2604:5000::/32DSL, T1, DS3, Sonet, Microwave/WirelessEthernet 
[us] United StatesTransaria/Cutthroat Communication2001:1940::/32DSL,T1,Ethernet,DS3,OC3Ethernet 

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.

Germany deGermany17
United States usUnited States14
Switzerland chSwitzerland10
United Kingdom (Great Britain) gbUnited Kingdom (Great Britain)9
Netherlands, The nlNetherlands, The8
France frFrance7
Italy itItaly6
New Zealand nzNew Zealand5
Canada caCanada3
Hungary huHungary2
Singapore sgSingapore2
Australia auAustralia2
Austria atAustria2
Slovakia skSlovakia2
Czech Republic czCzech Republic2
Finland fiFinland1
Ukraine uaUkraine1
Tanzania tzTanzania1
Poland plPoland1
Denmark dkDenmark1
Estonia eeEstonia1
Sweden seSweden1
Bulgaria bgBulgaria1
Ireland ieIreland1
Spain esSpain1

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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