IPV6 Dedicated Servers

Helping Businesses transition to the Global adoption of IPV6 with ease.

Our fully customizable IPV6 Dedicated Server Hosting provides a path to escape IPV4 limitations. Begin your transition with CloudAndMetal.

  • 10 Gbps Dedicated Network .
  • Reach Billions at a time.
  • Go above & Beyond IPV4 Network limitations.

Preconfigured powerful 16 to 28 Cores dedicated servers for your IPV6 network.

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IPV6 Dedicated Servers

IPV6 Dedicated Server Plans

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16 Cores IPV6 Server

  • Available: ATT, WINDSTREAM or LUMEN
  • Free 100 TB Monthly Bandwidth
  • 2 X Intel Xeon, 16 Cores Processor
  • /64 ipv6 Premium residential IPs
  • Bring Your Own IPs
  • 10 Gbps Network Connection
  • 64 GB RAM DDR4 ECC
  • 500 GB SSD DRIVE
  • 1 Dedicated IPV4

20 Cores IPV6 Server

  • FREE 100 TB Monthly Bandwith
  • Dual Intel Xeon, 20 Cores Processor
  • US Domestic Residential Traffic
  • FREE /64 ipv6 Residential
  • 10 Gbps Network Connection
  • Bring Your Own IPs
  • 64 GB RAM
  • 500 GB SSD
  • 1 Dedicated IPV4

28 Cores IPV6 Server

  • FREE 100 TB Monthly Bandwidth
  • Dual Intel Xeon, 28 Cores Processor
  • US Domestic Residential Traffic
  • /64 Premium IPV6 residential IPs
  • Bring Your Own IPs
  • 10 Gbps Network Connection
  • 128 GB RAM
  • 500 GB SSD
  • 1 Dedicated IPV4

IPV6 Global Expansion


IPv6 provides more than 340 trillion, trillion, trillion IP addresses which now allows a large number of devices to connect to the internet without NAT (Network Address Translation). It’s designed for end-to-end encryption for better security.  From an 8 % usage in 2015  to now at close to 40% according to this live graph by Google, everything around us is gradually and globally adopting to the future. Your IPV6 Dedicated servers is your gateway to better visibility.

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Your IPV6 Server as a Solution

IPv4 can only serve around 4.3 billion unique IP addresses. As the number of connected devices increase, including smartphones, IoT devices, and more, the available IPv4 addresses are running out. IPv6, with its 128-bit address space, provides an almost infinite number of unique addresses, ensuring the continued growth of the internet.IPv6 is the future. Your IPV6 dedicated Server gives a world of opportunity to big and small businesses alike. It removes restrictions on IPV4, enables vast numbers of IP addresses to be implemented, allowing Businesses to reach a bigger audience worldwide.

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IPV6 Dedicated Servers Use Cases

Get an IPV6 Dedicated Server and unlock more opportunities for your Business. Here are some use some common use Cases

Online Entrepreneurs

If your livelihood depends on online interaction and transactions, then IPV6 is for you. Reach a broader audience and devices with IPV6. Scrape the net for good intentions. Organizations and businesses need IPv6 addresses to connect their growing number of devices, including computers, servers, smartphones, and IoT devices.

Marketing Experts

IPV6 enables IOT to become addressable and reachable. Market your products to users worldwide on multiple devices. Not by spamming, bots or proxies. The large address space in IPv6 allows for more granular identification and targeting of individual devices. Marketers can use their dedicated server connected at 10Gbps to deliver more personalized and targeted content, advertisements, and promotions to specific devices or users.

Ordinary Citizens

As more devices in homes become connected to the internet, home users can benefit from IPv6. This is particularly relevant for users with ISPs that offer IPv6 connectivity, enabling them to connect a multitude of devices without the limitations of IPv4.Gain more insight into your life by connecting your home devices to the internet. Your microwave, your fridge, your washing machine or dishwasher can now be reached online securely.

Dual Stack IPV6 and IPV4 Networks Powered by Top World-class Networks & ISPs

As we invest into helping expand IPV6 Worldwide, we are in strong partnership with some of the top network providers. Your IPV6 Dedicated Server can be dual-stacked with both IPV4 and IPV6 natively hosted for higher performance. Dual-stack networks offer a transitional approach, allowing devices and services to communicate using either IPv4 or IPv6.

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ATT Residential & Mobility

  • CloudandMetal provides direct connectivity to ATT IPV6 network on 10 Gbps dedicated connection. AT&T is a world leader in  telecommunications & has been involved in the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 to address the growing demand for IP addresses for long-term sustainability of its network.


  • Our Partnership with Lumen benefits our network and clients to expand beyond their ordinary reach. Like many major telecommunications providers, Lumen has likely adopted IPv6 and implemented a dual-stack network to support both IPv4 and IPv6 protocols simultaneously.


  • Windstream provides a Dual Stack Network with implementation of IPv6 and IPV4. With our ability to directly connect to their network, our end-users can bring in their own IPV6 for announcement and routing. Such action helps with efficiency, and support for emerging technologies in need of IPV6 Dedicated server.

Advantages of Using IPV6

Efficient Routing

IPv6 reduces the size of routing tables and makes routing more efficient and hierarchical. In IPv6 networks, fragmentation is handled by the source device, rather than a router, using a protocol for discovery of the path’s maximum transmission unit.

Directed Data Flows

IPv6 supports multicast rather than broadcast. Multicast allows bandwidth-intensive packet flows to be sent to multiple destinations simultaneously, saving network bandwidth.

More efficient packet processing

Compared with the IPv4, IPv6 contains no IP-level checksum, so the checksum does not need to be recalculated at every router hop.

Simplified Network

IPv6 devices can independently auto-configure themselves when connected to other IPv6 devices. Configuration tasks that can be carried out automatically include IP address assignment and device numbering.

Efficient Network

IPv6 reduces the size of routing tables and makes routing more efficient and hierarchical. In IPv6 networks, fragmentation is handled by the source device, rather than a router, using a protocol for discovery of the path’s maximum transmission unit.


IPSec security, which provides confidentiality, authentication, and data integrity, is engraved into IPv6.

Included with IPV6 Dedicated Servers

Block Allocation

We will assign a minimum of /64 subnet per server giving you the ability to launch a larger deployment. No restrictions!

IP Failover

With an entire block of IPs assigned to your dedicated server, you can switch from one IP to another without interruption.

IP Geolocation

With our ability to announce your IP space with an upstream network provider, your IP can be used in any geographic location.

Full Root Access

With your IPV6 Server, we give you full access to root level privileges for ease of management while providing a personalized support experience by phone of through our ticket System

IP announcement

Bring Your Own IPs (BYOIP) and we are happy to announce them directly with the ISP of choice. All we need is a Letter of Authorization (LOA) for your IPV6 Subnet.

High Quality Bandwidth

CloudandMetal provides a cleaner traffic with its IPV6 Dedicated Servers since they are by default connected to a residential Network and never datacenter Traffic


IPV6 Servers in Ashburn,Va

Our IPV6 Dedicated servers are hosted in the heart of the city of Ashburn, Va. Our Datacenter partner is Databank a leadin datacenters provider. Ashburn is a key location for data centers and network infrastructure, offering several advantages for businesses and organizations worldwide.

IPV6 Servers in Chicago, IL

Our servers are strategically located in Chicago, IL next door to the CME at SBA EDGE. By choosing your IPV6 Dedicated server to he hosted in Chicago, you enable your Business to benefit from numerous internet exchange points (IXPs), facilitating the exchange of internet traffic between different networks. This location has improved network performance and reduced latency.

Questions and Answers about Dedicated IPV6 Servers

How long does it take to deploy your IPV6 Dedicated Server?

Depending on the selected resources for your dedicated Server, our delivery time varies on hardware along with any customization included. Our goal is to get every customer’s order fulfilled within 2-4 hrs as long as there are no delay with getting the order verified against Fraud. While we are able to get your server deployed faster, please understand that IP announcement and routing are fully dependent on the ISP of choice.

Do you have any ISP IPV6 you could allocate to our server while we wait for announcement to be completed?

Absolutely. Every server benfits from a free set of IPV6  /64 subnet.  Our primary goal is to provide the server ordered as we are not an IP space provider and we are unable to allocate IP Space higher than /64. We are happy to get your LOA and IPs submitted for announcement.

Is IPV6 Dedicated Server for anyone or Should we choose with caution?

While IPv6 is highly beneficial and recommended for many entities, the actual adoption can vary. Some smaller networks or individual users may continue to operate on IPv4 for the time being, especially if their specific addressing needs are met. However, as IPv6 adoption continues to be a global initiative, more and more entities are expected to transition to IPv6 to ensure the continued smooth functioning of the internet.


With that being said, it’s important to note the following disadvantages of using IPV6:


  1. Transition Complexity:
    • The transition from IPv4 to IPv6 can be complex and challenging. Many networks and systems are still IPv4-dependent, and the coexistence of both protocols during the transition phase may require careful planning and implementation.
  2. Compatibility Issues:
    • Some legacy systems, applications, and network devices may not be fully compatible with IPv6. Ensuring seamless communication between IPv4 and IPv6 devices may require additional technologies such as dual-stack configurations or translation mechanisms.
  3. Infrastructure Costs:
    • Upgrading network infrastructure to support IPv6 can be costly. This includes upgrading routers, switches, and other networking equipment. Small businesses and organizations with limited resources may find this investment challenging.
  4. Address Management:
    • While IPv6 addresses offer a vast number of unique identifiers, managing such a large address space can be challenging. Proper address planning and management practices are essential to avoid inefficiencies and ensure security.
  5. Security Concerns:
    • While IPv6 includes security features, the expanded address space and the complexity of IPv6 networks may introduce new security challenges. Organizations need to implement security best practices and ensure that their network infrastructure is IPv6-aware.
  6. Limited IPv6 Content:
    • While the number of IPv6-enabled websites and services is growing, there may still be cases where certain content or services are only available over IPv4. This can impact users who rely solely on IPv6 connectivity.
  7. Education and Training:
    • Network administrators and IT professionals may need training to understand and manage IPv6 effectively. The lack of expertise in IPv6 can be a barrier to its adoption, particularly in smaller organizations with limited IT resources.
  8. IPv6-Related Bugs and Issues:
    • As IPv6 adoption increases, software and hardware vendors may encounter and resolve bugs or issues related to IPv6 implementation. Early adopters may need to stay vigilant for updates and patches to address any emerging problems.
  9. Limited NAT Benefits:
    • Network Address Translation (NAT), commonly used in IPv4, provides a level of security and conservation of IPv4 addresses. In IPv6, the vast address space reduces the need for NAT, but some organizations may have relied on NAT for security purposes in the past.
  10. Internet Service Provider Support:
    • Some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) may not fully support IPv6 or may offer limited IPv6 connectivity options. Organizations and end-users relying on their ISPs for IPv6 connectivity may face limitations if IPv6 support is not widely available.