IPv4 Access no longer possible

Dear visitor,

it seems like you're trying to access this site via an IPv4 only connection.
To view this site please ask your internet service provider to provide you also IPv6 internet access.

Why is that?

The problem is, that we run out of IPv4 addresses (This issue was first described in June 1992, see Wikipedia) so many internet providers, including mine, no longer provide a public IPv4 address.
IPv6 would solve that!
Despite its age (Introduced in December 1995) IPv6 has not come to a global usage yet.

In recent years it started to seem like internet service providers hold IPv6 back on purpose to make a profit of this limited resource
by forcing people and organisations to "buy" (actually you don't buy them, just lease) IPv4 addresses.
We've decided to no longer play along with this and cut our IPv4 access to most of our services.

If you run services your self, we highly encourage you to do this too as only when customers complain, they will eventually do something in a timely manner.

For more information on IPv6 see Wikipedia.

> We make use of a service already existing without paying for what could be dirt-cheap if it wasn't run by profiteering gluttons, and you call us criminals. (The Mentor, Jan 1986 [link])