Internode customers have been able to switch on IPv6, and as of last week it is now doing that by default for all new signups. Internode had intended to make that happen before the end of 2011, but given its dramatic buyout by iiNet in late 2011, early January seems close enough. [Internode]
Internode Turning On IPv6 By Default
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