You are connecting to us using IPv4
This means that either your operating system, broadband router or your service provider isn't IPv6 enabled.
Don't worry--This is the case for most broadband users today. We would advise you to talk to your service provider about their plans to support IPv6, to encourage them to start work on enabling IPv6 on their network.
IPv6 is supported by most of the latest operating systems including Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows 7 as well as Mac OS X.
What is an IP address?
An IP address is the "Internet Protocol" address which identifies your computer to the rest of the Internet. It's a bit like a telephone number on the phone network. Your IP address as shown on this page is what every single website you visit will see. This information may be useful in troubleshooting connectivity problems.