IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) is a set of specifications that are an upgrade from IPv4. Computers and other devices can use IPv6 addresses as source and destination addresses to exchange data packets over a network. There are many differences between IPv4 and IPv6. The difference most relevant to Infiniproxy is that the IPv6 address space is much larger (A massive possible 3.28 undecillion addresses) than IPv4 (Only 4.29 billion).
More than you could ever use. Infiniproxy allows you choose from many availability zones and IPv6 subnets. Each availability zone contains many trillions of IP addresses which you will have at your disposal. We do not limit the amount of IP addresses you can provision.
The only limitation is the amount of bandwidth you can consume unless you subscribe to our unlimited bandwidth plan. We currently offer two pricing plans. Our standard plan provides a generous 20 gigabytes per week and our unlimited bandwidth Pro plan is, well, unlimited.
Anything you can pass through a proxy will work. Our system is currently setup as an HTTP proxy and we're enabling SOCKS5 soon. HTTPS works as well.