IPV6 on modem\router?

I had to post this here:

https://1.1.1.1/help

https://1.1.1.1/help#eyJpc0NmIjoiWWVzIiwiaXNEb3QiOiJObyIsImlzRG9oIjoiTm8iLCJyZXNvbHZlcklwLTEuMS4xLjEiOiJZZXMiLCJyZXNvbHZlcklwLTEuMC4wLjEiOiJZZXMiLCJyZXNvbHZlcklwLTI2MDY6NDcwMDo0NzAwOjoxMTExIjoiTm8iLCJyZXNvbHZlcklwLTI2MDY6NDcwMDo0NzAwOjoxMDAxIjoiTm8iLCJkYXRhY2VudGVyTG9jYXRpb24iOiJBTVMiLCJpc1dhcnAiOiJZZXMiLCJpc3BOYW1lIjoiQ2xvdWRmbGFyZSIsImlzcEFzbiI6IjEzMzM1In0=

Question:
I have the following in my modem because I want to block malware from the beginning, the modem.

|1.1.1.1|
|1.0.0.1|
|2606:4700:4700::1112
|2606:4700:4700::1002

I get this from

Connectivity to Resolver IP Addresses

1.1.1.1 Yes
1.0.0.1 Yes
2606:4700:4700::1111 No
2606:4700:4700::1001 No

Is it not possible to use ipv6 1112 and 1002 ?

The issue here is likely that your router doesn’t have an IPv6 address which is unfortunately pretty common with residential internet.

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Oke, you’re right. My laptop has it, the old Tele2 ZTE modem only has IPv4.
Thanks.

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