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Have OS X 10.5? Can you run a quick test?

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We're interested in getting some additional test results from Mac OS X 10.5 users (not 10.6 / Snow Leopard). If you match this criteria, please visit http://test-ipv6.comcast.net to run a quick IPv6 test.

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Mac is PPC G4 running 10.5.8.

 

Your IPv4 address on the public internet appears to be 68.48.xxx.xxx

No IPv6 address detected, which is fine. Comcast will deploy IPv6 soon. [tech details] World IPv6 day is June 8th, 2011. No problems are anticipated for you with this browser, at this location. [tech details] You appear to be able to browse the IPv4 internet only. You will not be able to reach IPv6-only sites.Your DNS server (possibly run by your ISP) appears to have IPv6 internet access.

Your Readiness Scores 10/10 Important Measure: Your IPv4 stability, when sites offer both IPv4 and IPv6 0/10

Long-Term: Your IPv6 readiness when sites go IPv6-only - NOT CRITICAL right now