IPV6 Addressing

340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456. That is how many IPV6 addresses there are. 340 undicillion.

Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPV6) is the IP addressing scheme created for products that talk on the internet. IPV6 addresses are defined at 128 bits long, written in hexadecimal, 16 bits at a time, and each 16 bit segment is separated by a semicolon. One example of a hexadecimal is: 2EE7:1700:4545:3200:F8AF:FE21:6FCO

Raveon uses its own ARIN assigned IPV6 addresses in some of its products to allow access to the internet and give our customers better control over, and easier access to, their systems. Using our own addressing scheme with these IPV6 addresses allows us to give every single customer their own IP bracket. Doing this allows for easier control over each system we setup for our customers.

To download a datasheet with a more indepth description, click here. (PDF)