Is the Netgear POWERLINE AV 500 ADAPTER KIT XAVB5001 IPv6 compatible???
I have the much older Netgear XE104 and if you mean whether or not powerline adapters can be used in a IPv6 network then the answer is definitely yes (since they are bridging ethernet frames and don't care what higher level protocols you may be using).
However if you mean managing the adapters (e.g. changing password) with IPv6 then the answer is probably no. -- Got some spare cpu cycles ? Join Team Helix or Team Starfire!
However if you mean managing the adapters (e.g. changing password) with IPv6 then the answer is probably no.
I have some Netgear Powerline Adapters forget exactly which model but they are the 200mbps versions and they will pass IPv6.
TBH I don't think they even use IPv4 for management, the program sniffs them out on the network and uses some other means of communication. -- ASUS M4A79T Deluxe | AMD Phenom II x3 720 BE AM3 w/4 Cores @ 3.41Ghz(OC) | 4Gb DDR3 Memory @ 1600mhz | Sapphire ATI HD4870 1GB 800mhz/1000mhz(OC) | 2x500GB HDD's Raid 0 | Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Build 7600 (RTM) | Windstream DSL 12m (14.9m Sync)/766k