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robinjames
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join:2008-04-20
Ottawa, ON
reply to TSI Gabe

Re: IPv6 beta

Windows 7 and 2008r2 both worked fine with no settings/changes needed. My Snow Leopard partition didn't work on its own but was an easy fix. I just had to go to System Preferences > Network > Advanced and manually enter in the router's ip address (it had automatically populated the field, but it was wrong). As soon as I did that it worked great.


86677931

join:2010-02-12

Robin you put in the /64 address into the windows 7 IPV6 field?



robinjames
Premium
join:2008-04-20
Ottawa, ON

said by 86677931:

Robin you put in the /64 address into the windows 7 IPV6 field?
nope, just let radvd on the router assign it automatically. I didn't have to enter a thing in windows 7.

ajmas

join:2008-04-14
Canada

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reply to robinjames

robinjames: In automatic mode it should have worked, unless the router advertisements aren't working properly? Gabe, can you confirm whether there are any issues with router advertisements in this firmware?

On a separate note, does TekSavvy's IPv6 offering work with Apple Airport Extreme (IPv6 capable router).