Switch to and send requests with IPv6: check compatibility?

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    Switch to and send requests with IPv6: check compatibility?

    Assume I am sitting in a hotel and want to connect from my local Win10 notebook to a remote web server.
    The connection should not be "normal" IPv4 but IPv6. The remote web server speaks IPv6. Some questions:

    1.) Is Win10 out-of-the box able to use IPv6 or do I have to activate it at first (Where?) in WinOS?

    2.) How do I find out if the Wifi router is able and willing to accept IPv6 request?
    Is trial and error the only way?

    3.) How do I setup an IPv6 connection to this WiFi router?
    All browser traffic should now run over IPv6

    4.) Is setting up an IPv6 connection an all-or-nothing decision?
    Or can I run e.g. web traffic from local Firefox browser through IPv6 and web traffic from local Chrome browser through IPv4?

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  2. Samuria's Avatar
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    It can use ip6 out of the box but the router or ISP may not support it IP 6 is then tunneled via IP 4
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