Dear Connor ********* (iBotModz),
This is notification that we will be performing maintenance tomorrow to enable us to begin offering IPv6. We have had our /32 from ARIN (American Registry for Internet Numbers) for a few months now however have not yet had the infrastructure to support it.
We are opening a maintenance window from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM Central Time, however, during this entire windows, there should be no more than 30 minutes of downtime while we upgrade our router. This will occur tomorrow, 5/27/2011.
We thank you in advance for your patience, and look forward to being able to offer you IPv6!
So if /32 is 2^16 /48 subnets, which should break down to 2^16 /64 subnets. And a /64 is a hella ton of addresses. So the point is thats a lot of allocated IPs.