Internal and external IP address and adoption of IPv6 by Indian cellular operators
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My Cellular Operator IDEA IND in Mumbai assigns local(internal) IP addresses 100.x.x.x which gets transferred to its global(external) IP to access internet. Since this address range is not reserved for local networks can it result in address conflict with the actual external internet. Why don't they use something like 10.x.x.x or 172.16.x.x to 172.31.x.x instead? Also do cellular operator ISPs support IPv6? If they, then, are Android phones capable of using IPv6? Please explain.