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IPV6 connection says limited when it should say local?

A couple months ago, my ipv6 connection was doing just fine, until a couple weeks ago it said limited i could not get onto online games that i downloaded, like Counter-Strike Source etc etc. My pc didnt even connect to limewire. can you help me? It would be greatly appreciated on my behalf if you did.
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You are extremely unlikely to be using ipv6 - A 2008 study by Google indicated that penetration was still less than one percent of Internet-enabled hosts in any country. The leaders were Russia (0.76%), France (0.65%), Ukraine (0.64%), Norway (0.49%), and the United States (0.45%).
So unless you have a private network to connect you to all these other IPV6 users, you are using IPV4 like the rest of us...

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