Based on experience from World IPv6 Day in 2011, and the run up to World IPv6 Launch, we expect the transition to be largely invisible to most people. If you suspect you have IPv6 related issues trying to reach any of the sites participating in World IPv6 Launch, there are a number of sites to help you perform quick diagnostics.
http://test-ipv6.com will report if you have an IPv6 address and will test a number of common connectivity issues.
The ARIN IPv6 Wiki provides a collaborative space to track IPv6 related deployment issues and a host of diagnostic tips.
If you'd like to know what protocol you actually are using in your web browser, the IPvFox plugin for Firefox and the IPvFoo plugin for Chrome can help you see which parts of a page are served by IPv4 and which by IPv6. This process is less tedious than trying to tease the information out of the assorted command line tools like netstat.
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