IPv6 To IPv4 Address Converter
IPv6 and IPv4 are two different versions of the Internet Protocol (IP) used to identify devices on the internet. IPv6 provides more IP addresses than IPv4, and as a result, it can handle more devices. Converting an IPv6 address to an IPv4 address involves truncating the 128-bit IPv6 address into a 32-bit IPv4 address.
Converting an IPv6 address to an IPv4 address is important for enabling communication between devices that use different versions of the IP protocol. It is used in network administration and server migration, and it allows for better connectivity and accessibility for users and devices. Additionally, it enables the use of legacy systems that only support IPv4 addresses.
You can easily convert an IPv6 address to an IPv4 address using our converter below.
* Please note that not all IPv6 addresses can be converted into a IPv4 address.
* Only addresses in 6to4 notation or a IPv4 mapped notation can be converted back to IPv4 address.