Providers continue to deplete there IPv4 allocations and Structured Communications are no different. In preparation for our own depletion we will soon be enabling IPv6 support with our upstream providers. Further information will follow shortly.
**UPDATE 01 @ 01:00 – 08/09/2013**
We have experienced a delay in getting our current BGP sessions IPv6 enabled with our primary upstream peers. For this reason we have entered in to a peering agreement with Hurricane Electric to tunnel our IPv6 subnet over IPv4 for testing. We are announcing this range via our ASN (199283) to Hurricane Electric ASN (6939). The range is visible globally.
**UPDATE 02 @ 22:07 – 13/10/2013**
We are pleased to advise all our existing IPV4 BGP peering has been reconfigured to include IPV6 BGP sessions. At this moment in time we are announcing our entire /29 subnet (2a04:2140::/29) while we continue to test. We have several IPv6 DualStack servers operating within our range without incident and will be looking to fully enable our network for IPV6 in the next coming months. IPv6 will be available to customers once this is complete and will start off with co-location packages.