IPv6 on by default for new Internode customers

Internode this month became the first Australian broadband provider to make IPv6 (Internode Protocol version 6) available by default for all of its new customers. – Source

Well we’re one step closer to full IPv6 support.  The only step left for Internode is to enable IPv6 on every new modem that Internode ship to customers (currently IPv6 is disabled by default).

All I can say is that I’m happy with my Billion 7404 VNPX and its IPv6 support (as well as Fetch TV).  No issues here.

Internode announces “production” IPv6 access/support

Internode announced on Wednesday that their IPv6 trial for ADSL and NBN customers has ended and has now moved to full production support.

“After its pioneering 20-month public trial, Internode this week releases IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) into its standard production environment for both ADSL and NBN customers.”  –  Internode Media Release
Let’s see how long it takes for the next ISP to provide this level of service.