What is a /64 IPv6?

A /64 is a subnet of IPv6 addresses which contains 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 individual IPv6 addresses. Each VPS comes with a /64 subnet available, from which you can add individual IPs to your VPS. You can find this information in the SolusVM CP.
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