We're excited to announce that we've fully migrated the Xbox Forums to their new home, here on the Microsoft Community forums!
As of today, going to forums.xbox.com will redirect you here to the Xbox area of the Community forums. We've moved all of your existing threads over so you can continue and start conversations with the new forums experience.
We sincerely appreciate the feedback you have provided over this transition and can't wait for you to check out the new Xbox Forums!
The adoption of IPV6 in the states has been a slow one. There are networks however that support it now, but it's not wide spread. Just like with anything else, it's going to cost $$$ and companies are slow to implement due to cost.
Truth is most modern Internet enabled devices would run far better if IPv6 was implemented by more ISPs. The reason they don't is because these cable firms have their head stuck in the sand, or up another orifice or two. IPv4 has been creaking for sometime
now, and the slow pace of IPv6 adoption will indeed be a stumbling block, of sorts, for both next-gen systems. Perhaps with both Sony's and Microsoft's plans with the two of them pushing they can convince ISPs to speed thing up a little. Here's hoping.