In the early part of the turn of the century, I was corresponding with Juene from the IPv6 development team in China on comp.protocol on Usenet, I was the only participant as this part of the pre-internet isn’t used all that much apart from on google groups which is a subset part of this system without posting privileges.
Juene asked me a few question like why you don’t make an every which way permanently expanding stack; and that is simple for the reason there aren’t any set figures with no expected market expectations which leads to permanently collapsing money and company as well as society and country market basis.
After several correlating posts, I asked Juene to base the stack when her show me the example of what a IPv6 address was in it working method then based in the CSS Constraint of RGBA(xxx, xxx, xxx, x.xxxxx). This is whenever I visit a data farm or networking hub the thing that comes to mind coloured patch leads, and we have after IPv4 now all the colours of the rainbow in IPv6.
Example of Full and Collapsed IPv6 Address
Here is an example of a full IPv6 address:
It shows a 128-bit address in eight 16-bit blocks in the format global:subnet:interface.
Here is an example of a collapsed IPv6 address:
How to break down to RGBA();
The way the IPv6 address breaks down to RGBA() is the following, the start of the IPv6 address used in the example is the band seeder which is FE80; which for all bands would be blue = FE ÷ FF × 255 and alpha = 80 ÷ FF × (9999 ÷ 10000). The other parts of the bands are Red and Green so using the very first example Red = 00 ÷ FF × 255 as well as Green = 00 ÷ FF × 255 or in the collapsed address that would be Red = 02 ÷ FF × 255 and the Green = 02 ÷ FF × 255.
When the band consist of only two or three byte codes it specifies to the right of the equation with three so say the IPv6 was FE80:AB9:6E:88 then in the first band the Red = A ÷ FF × 255 and Green = B9 ÷ FF × 255 or in the secondary band 6E it would be Red = 6E ÷ FF × 255, Green = 6E ÷ FF × 255.
In displaying there is an overall colour, which is with nested DIV’s or SPAN’s with the opacity set to the number of bands divided by 100% which with opacity you will have to set the HTML elements above one another with Z-Index all on the same tier in the HTML or the opacity will effect the nested objectivity not be an even divide, which display the over all colour. Then there is a colour box for every band being set.
We need the sellers of the IPv6 address allow people when they are purchasing an IPv6 to do it in a colour selection palette. I guess for the moment when we run out of IPv6 stack it is an expansion to 32bit then 64bit numbers in other systems which would support the same colourisation banding sequences like network patch leads!
I would expect it to sell out in pretty similar time to IPv4. Stacks and the systems that use them expand at a synchronisity basis of expansion based in the first occurring stacks.