- Category: Comcast's IPv6 Information Center
- Published on Friday, 20 May 2011 11:59
World IPv6 Day begins the evening of June 7th in the U.S., to test the readiness of the Internet to move to IPv6. Popular sites like Google, Facebook, and Yahoo will be testing that day. When they do so, the overwhelming majority of our customers should not experience any difficulty accessing those and other participating sites. Nevertheless, a small fraction of our customers may experience problems due to issues with your computer or home network (estimated at roughly 0.05% of users worldwide). So please take a moment to run a simple test to see if your computer and home network is ready.
All you need to do in order to test your readiness is visit our special test website at http://test-ipv6.comcast.net and in less than a minute the results will tell you if there are any items that you need to fix. Be sure you run this from each computer in your home, especially older computers. If you need help fixing any issues, please visit our customer forums.