|reply to computerman2 |
Re: IPV6--Do I need it active right now?
I would disable for stability until it becomes more popular. You can try it, it *shouldnt* hurt.
actions · 2012-Oct-10 7:24 pm · (locked)
·WOW Internet and..
Was having crashing problems in the SecondLife Game (3rd Party Viewer Firestorm)
So support for the game suggested disabling IPV6, so far i haven't disabled it, and just left it alone.
Plus waiting to see how WIndows 8 behaves with the game, and get that all setup before i attempt any changes in regards to IPV6
May Switch back to Offical Viewer in Windows 8 possibly though
actions · 2012-Oct-10 8:28 pm · (locked)
|reply to hyphenated |
IPv6 itself is stable, I use it everyday, in fact 1/3rd of the traffic on my network a month is IPv6.
If you ISP has deployed it then they deem it stable on their network (they don't want the support calls if it wasn't).
If something doesn't work then maybe disable if no other way to fix it, then get on the Devs to get it fixed.
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actions · 2012-Oct-10 9:04 pm · (locked)
Yes you're right. It seems that various systems/apps may have issues with dual stack implementation or such. But on the other hand someone has to test/fix. Thanks
actions · 2012-Oct-11 1:37 pm · (locked)