IPv4 to IPv6 Conversion
The IPv4 to IPv6 tool convert the given IPv4 address into a IPv6 address notation.
An IPv6 address is represented in eight groups.
Each group contain four hexadecimal digits with are representing 16 bits (two octets).
The eight groups are separated by colons (:).
An example of an IPv6 address is: FBDC:BA98:7654:3210:FEDC:BA98:7624:3210
Omit leading zeros
Groups of zeros may be omitted. For example, IPv6 address 1051:0000:0000:0000:0004:0700:de0c:226s can be written as 1051:0:0:0:4:700:de0c:226s.
Groups of zeros may be replaced with a double colon. For example, IPv6 address 1051:0:0:0:4:700:de0c:226s can be written as: 1051::4:700:de0c:226s