Only partially in some datacenters. The limitations are not fully documented, but DO specifically does not support outbound IPv6.
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IPv6 is now available in our SGP1 datacenter. Check out the announcement for more info and future plans:
@Ian: IPv6 is currently in limited public beta. See <a href=“http://digitalocean.uservoice.com/forums/136585-digital-ocean/suggestions/2639897-ipv6-addresses”>http://digitalocean.uservoice.com/forums/136585-digital-ocean/suggestions/2639897-ipv6-addresses<a> for more info.
It’s almost the end of may, any update? Or is this just going to keep getting pushed further and further back…
My solution to the IPv6 issue has been to not migrate critical services to Digital Ocean. I only use it for playground stuff. Plus the issues with data-destruction (really non-destruction) from Droplets.
We are on May, any news about IPv6?
I’m also very interested in having native IPv6 support. I know it feels better to make optimistic timeframe estimates to try to keep customers happy…but in the long term it hurts trust. When can we truly, realistically (pessimistically) see IPv6 support? If it’s coming in July, then fine—I’d rather know when it’s coming than expect it at the end of every month and then be disappointed each time.
<br>On a lighter note…I absolutely love my VPS, the pricing is great, and the website and control panel are awesome.
Native IPv6 would be great! I can’t wait!
Still no IPv6?