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Does anyone have IPV6 proxy service?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by agentmanatee, Mar 9, 2015.

  1. agentmanatee

    agentmanatee Newbie

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    I've been looking for an IPV6 proxy service for some time now to test with. I found 1 site that listed it, but when I signed up, they sent me a $1000 bill because they shifted everything to IPV4 proxies and told me IPV6 wasn't available. Is there any service offering IPV6 proxies at the moment? I'm not looking for a huge amount of them, so they don't even have to be cheap. I just want to test the functionality.
     
  2. YouTubez

    YouTubez Regular Member

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    There isn't a real provider for these kinds of proxies yet. You'll have to change what it is your looking for to get what you want.

    I found someone for this job but it was odd in how the person was offering it plus it wasn't cheap to start up.
     
  3. agentmanatee

    agentmanatee Newbie

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    What should I be looking for then?
     
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    agentmanatee Newbie

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    Google has an IPV6 site. I want to see if the results are different from IPV4.
     
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    agsllc Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You can probably do something on Google with an IPv6, but just remember most sites right now are still using only an IPv4 so with only a IPv6 you won't be able to access those sites. I would stick with IPv4 right now when it comes to SEO work.
     
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    IPv6 IPs should be cheaper than IPv4, right?
     
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    Yes, they will be cheaper. Proxy providers will no longer have to really pay for IPs but they will still have to pay for hardware and bandwidth. I believe what will start happening with IPv6 proxies is there will be quality ratings of each IP that is used for a proxy. For example: Never Used, Barely Used, Used, Very Used. The cost of the proxy will vary depending on what rating it is given, and you'll have to pay slightly more for a proxy that has never been used.

    To do really well with IPv6 proxies the world needs to be around a 80% utilization rate, right now according to Google it's only around 6%. We're still a couple years off at least before we can only use IPv6 proxies with no IPv4 proxies.