IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4) refers to the 4th revision and IPv6 refers to the 6th revision of the Internet Protocol. IPv4 uses 32 bits and there is limited 4.29 billion IP addresses. IPv6 on the other hand is 128 bit and can accommodate 2^128 IP address. Here is a side by side comparison:
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