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IPv6 Release - Final Preparations

Posted: Sun Apr 02, 2017 9:25 pm
by Jared
IAPS is finalizing the last procedures before our first full release of a massive trove of ipv6 ip addresses. The ipv6 services will include: remote desktops, virtual private servers, proxies, and vpn services. As ipv6's are plentiful in number, all services running under ipv6 ranges will be both unique and totally dedicated. There is no logical reason NAT needs to be applied here. IPv6 services will also have no bandwidth limits applied to them.

For those of you out there that do not have native ipv6 support provided by your local internet service provider, IAPS can supply you with full ipv6-ready remote desktops (any flavor of Microsoft Windows) that are directly on the network. For those of you operating out of data centers that do have native ipv6 support there should be no issues. You are advised to check with your data center whether they support ipv6 or not. Most modern data centers already have this capability.

Before embarking on an ipv6 journey, it is important to verify beforehand that the sites you plan to use support ipv6. Not all sites on the internet support this quite yet, so the project that your intending to work on must support this feature and you are highly encouraged to verify this before choosing to use ipv6 services. IAPS has looked into some of the biggest and most well known sites that actively support ipv6 and these are what we have come up with:

1.) Google [Adwords, Gmail, Google Plus]
2.) Youtube
3.) Facebook
4.) Yahoo
5.) Netflix
6.) Telegram
7.) Linkedin
8.) Instagram
9.) Flickr
10.) Mass search engine data scraping

These are but a small but very powerful collection of sites that we know for a fact support ipv6 very well. There are many more sites out there that support ipv6, but the above list are the most common sites well known to most people.

If you have not had the opportunity yet to see exactly what the upcoming ipv6 offerings will be, complete with isp, number of ipv6's available, and exact locations, then we cordially invite you to see what our roster holds here:

We will begin rolling out these services on April 7, 2017.

Re: IPv6 Release - Final Preparations

Posted: Tue Apr 18, 2017 10:46 pm
by Blue
Great news :!:

The technical difficulties in setting these IPv6 networks up have been resolved and the selections of RDP's, VPN's, and Proxies are now available.

Please be patient with us in completing your order as due to those issues, an order backlog has developed and order processing has now begun.
If you have already placed an order, it will, as always, be processed in the order they were received and we will get to yours as soon as possible.

Re: IPv6 Release - Final Preparations

Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2017 9:23 pm
by Blue
One thing to remember is the IPv6 is not for everybody so remember these guidelines;


Re: IPv6 Release - Final Preparations

Posted: Sun May 21, 2017 3:49 pm
by Blue
***IPv6 UPDATE***

Now in addition to the above mentioned selection of IPv6 only network access, Jared has developed a way for anyone with only IPv4 support from their service providers to access IPv6 only network access.

This revolutionary method of providing IPv6 only network access to people who have service providers that do not support IPv6 requires that your machine has virtualization capabilities so that an IAPS tech can set up the virtual adapter and system necessary.

More information can be found at the IAPS store for this unique new service at;

***It should also be noted that due to the nature of this unique product offering that all potential customers must go through an in depth qualifying interview as this offering is most definitely not for everyone***