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I know this question is for entry level users. That I am. New to this world and finding it very interesting. I have done some research on IPv4 and how to convert IP addresses to binary and vice versa. I also understand that IPv6 contains 4 x the amount of IPv4 binary per section. I just need to thoroughly understand how it works? any help will be appreciated.

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The Wikipedia Article on IP Addresses actually has a nice image showing exactly that: enter image description here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ipv6_address.svg

Hope that helps.

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