So my ISP recently announced that they support IPV6 so I enabled it in my router. I've been using it since then and didn't notice anything good nor bad. Today I wa son Reddit and mentioned that I was using Google's DNS for IPV4 and IPV6 then one dude said "do not enable IPV6 if you are using IPV4" so I started wondering what all that is about. He didn't reply back to me when I asked for the reasoning behind this. Is there anything bad doing this that I am missing. I searched on Google and this is one post I read: Now I have to mention that I have been having issues with the connection on my Galaxy S20+ when I connect to WiFi, a speedtest would show regular speeds but when browsing one of the forums that I frequent usually (Notebook Review Forum) my phone would have a hard time connecting to that site or would take ages to load, if I disabled my WiFi and just used regular data it's fast and snappy again so I'm not sure if enabling IPV6 has anything to do with this but I will disable it for now. Just wanted to get the PROs opinion on this.