Any Internode ADSL customer can now opt-in to use IPv6 rather than IPv4 for their address allocation, with the company assigning customers addresses from the /56 pool of IPv6 addresses.
As a result of the roll-out, Internode is now also providing full support for customers choosing to use the newer allocation standard, with all routers sold by the ISP now IPv6 compatible.
Other Australian ISP's are also slowly embracing IPv6, with Telstra announcing earlier in the year that it has now begun a phased rollout of IPv6.
In a statement made at the time, Telstra said it'll utilise a unique dual-stack setup that'll allow IPv4 and IPv6 to work together.
Most other carriers have also tested IPv6 on their networks, but say for now they have no plans to introduce support for customers.