The World's First IPv6-compliant Open Recursive DNS Service
Get Your Network Ready for IPv6
The last block of IPv4 addresses have been allocated, and it's time to get your network ready. OpenDNS now supports IPv6 addresses — meaning that, by using the OpenDNS Sandbox, you'll be able to resolve your DNS using IPv6 DNS servers.
IPv6 supports a far larger number of addresses than IPv4, which is why the change is taking place now — since IPv4 was implemented in 1981, the Internet has grown dramatically, and there are no more available IPv4 addresses.
How to Use the OpenDNS IPv6 Sandbox
Experimenting with IPv6 DNS requires a small change to your computer or router settings to point to the IPv6-enabled OpenDNS IPv6 addresses.
Enter the OpenDNS IPv6 Sandbox IPs: