An IPv6 address is a 128 bytes address format, that will sooner or later replace the current Ipv4 format which is not scalable anymore for our needs.
An example of Ipv6 address is: 0::220.127.116.11
Ipv6 is supported by most modern operating systems ( including windows 7, vista, windows xp, mac, all version of linux ) and it is also suported by many servers. The last step for the change to commence is to get the Internet Service Providers up to date with support for the ipv6 addresses. Most Internet Service Providers started to implement IPv6.
Despite we are at an early stage of IPv6 implementation, we offer you a realiable way to lookup IPv6. Enter the ip address you want in the box below and you will find the location.