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NetDog
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Parker, CO
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[IPv6] Arris TM702/TM722 now supported for v6 CPE

Check out »mydeviceinfo.comcast.net/ to see all the supported cable modems for v6 CPE.


resmopar
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Morton Grove, IL
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said by NetDog:

Check out »mydeviceinfo.comcast.net/ to see all the supported cable modems for v6 CPE.

I'm running the Arris TM502G here. According to that Comcast site, this modem does not support IPv6. I'm assuming at some point in the near future, this modem will need replacing. Nearest service center is 10min. away. Looks like its time to take a trip.

reslor1

join:2003-01-10
Hackettstown, NJ

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I got it working last night with a tm702 and a netgear wndr4000 router.

Fat City
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join:2003-03-10
Freedonia
reply to NetDog
What is the difference between IMS and NCS modems?


jack b
Gone Fishing
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Cape Cod
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reply to NetDog
The list for IPv6 "approved" equipment has expanded quite a bit, in the last few days! Last week there were only a few.


graysonf
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Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Yes!

My zoom 5341J was updated for IPv6.

No idea when it will begin to work though.


EG
The wings of love
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Union, NJ
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said by graysonf:

Yes!

My zoom 5341J was updated for IPv6.

Can you please post the version of firmware that it currently has, thank you ?


graysonf
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Fort Lauderdale, FL
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I bought it new a week ago @ BestBuy.

Software Version 5.5.4.4J


NetFixer
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reply to graysonf
said by graysonf:

Yes!

My zoom 5341J was updated for IPv6.

No idea when it will begin to work though.

Even if your area does not yet support Comcast's dual stack, you may still be able to use their 6to4 tunnel (I am pretty sure that their 6to4 relay is visible throughout their network). My SMCD3G-CCR does not yet support IPv6, nor is the Comcast dual stack active, but I still have IPv6 connectivity using the 6to4 tunnel:



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NathanO

join:2008-08-21
Moorestown, NJ
reply to NetDog
Looks like more devices were added recently.
»mydeviceinfo.comcast.net/?s=i&so ··· 1&sc=310

Here is the list as of posting:

DOCSIS 3 Modems:
Arris CM820A
Arris WBM760A
Cisco DPC3008
D-Link DCM-301
Motorola SB6120-Retail
Motorola SB6121
Ubee DDM3513
Ubee U10C035
Zoom 5341J

DOCSIS 3 eMTA:
Arris TM702G (IMS / NCS)
Arris TM722G (IMS / NCS)
Ubee DVM3203B (IMS / NCS)

DOCSIS 2 Modem:
Motorola DPC2100R2


graysonf
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Fort Lauderdale, FL
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reply to NetFixer
I tried 6t04 and got addresses on my router WAN and LAN, and PC. But it didn't seem to work.

I had no problems with a HE tunnel setup.

I'll look into 6to4 a bit more, but waiting for the DHCP rollout will be fine too.