said by RedCaliSS:They might be starting in some locations with the rev g users, or it may just taking some more time for them to rollout the rev E,F, and I upgrade. said by flashcore: said by RedCaliSS:
Actiontec website states the "home gateway" routers can be made IP V6 capable via a simple firmware update which Verizon can push out.
If you look here »IPv6 Support in Rev G
you will find the pictures of the Revision G router with IPv6 enabled, while it is enabled tho it does not get an IPv6 address yet so hopefully sometime soon they will start enabling the backend systems for it.
I have a "MI424WR-GEN3I" rev I with firmware 40.19.22, looking at the config page/advanced options right now and there is no IPv6..
in fact there are no IPv6 options anywhere. it was just installed 4 days ago when Verizon was out installing a 2nd distinct fios line.
the older rev d that I have on the primary has no IPv6 options either. so like i said... Verizon will need to push out firmware to quite a few none Rev G routers
a Revision G is not the only router Verizon has deployed throughout their network. screen shots can be uploaded of this brand new current router they are using with no IPv6