The new Internet Protocol called IPV6 (Internet Protocol, version 6) will replace the current IPV4 probably in the next week. The whole lot of IP addresses on the Internet will be transferred to the new protocol version. There are currently 340 trillion trillion trillion unique addresses on the Internet and with the induction of IPV6 they will increase by numbers.
The IPV6 will have 128 bit address space and will wipe out the shortage of IP addresses in the current IPV4. With the introduction of IPV6 the IP addresses will be 79 octillion, that means billion billion billion unique addresses. These IP addresses numbers show how much IPV6 will have the capacity to accumulate abruptly increasing web users.