|Don't believe that IPv6 is "9 times faster than IPv4" If your provider is telling you that, I would suggest they're telling you that so they can make you think you're getting something other ISP's can't give you and are charging you extra. |
If you run IPV4 and IPv6 on a 1 Gig network, you will find they both run at 1 Gig. IPv6 won't magically start running at 9 Gig. It can't exceed the limitations of the hardware and transmission media.
In your shoes, I'd be contacting other ISP's in my area and comparing packages. If you are indeed paying more for your present internet package, I'd go with another provider who will not charge you extra for some imaginary improvement in "speed"
FYI, networks are rated in "bandwidth", not "speed" and any time anybody says "faster" or "better speed" then you know they don't really know what they're talking about. IPv6 may give some performance improvements at layer 3 but it can't make a 100 Mbps or 1000 Mbps network "faster" LOL
Bandwidth is a rating of how much data can flow past any one spot in a network in one second. 1000 Mbps (1 Gig) is not 10 times faster than 100 Mbps, it can carry 10 times as much data in the same amount of time.
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