1. Do you connect me to "the Internet"?
2. Is "the Internet" only IP version 4?
3. What is my IPv6 address
3 simple questions?
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Picked domaindicount24 who work fine and let me set glue straight away.
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OTOH rather than let this become a comparison of hosting.. I read the questions as something you'd ask your ISP - and 99% of ISPs in the UK couldn't answer any of them.