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comment Logging the outgoing port for IPV4
@Draconar: On Windows, you can run the command ipconfig. It will show you something like IPv6 Address: 2001:0:9d38:90d7:148b:1ee0:bbfa:68ab, if you also have an IPv6 address. I'm sure it is similar on Linux.
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comment Logging the outgoing port for IPV4
However IPv6 does have it's own provisions meant to help ensure anonymity, such as a single device having multiple IPs and formal mechanisms for the device to change IPs.
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comment Logging the outgoing port for IPV4
If they won't give it to you, consider moving your site to some provider who will - or just have the Brazilian government pressure them for you. They are the ones with the interest, and they certainly have power.
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comment Logging the outgoing port for IPV4
The FBI is also interested in ISP's converting to IPv6 for similar reasons gcn.com/Articles/2012/06/07/…
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