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siersema

join:2005-06-16
Huntington Beach, CA

IPv6 Enabled but does it work

I just forced the upgrade to the latest .36 for the ActionTec Rev I and IPv6 is available.
I enabled it but tests at »test-ipv6.com/ did not all work.

Can anyone else confirm where the IPv6 problem is? DNS from Verizon?



blohner

join:2002-06-26
Cortlandt Manor, NY

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Since when does Verizion FIOS offer native IPv6?
(not talking about your router - talking about the ISP)
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ScrawnyB

join:2004-05-18
Carlisle, PA
kudos:1

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reply to siersema

The problem is most likely that you aren't getting an IPv6 assignment from Verizon. That is the first step. If DHCPv6 is working fine and assigning an IPv6 address, then the next step would be to verify DNS. I'm going with the obvious stated in my first sentence.


Bob99

join:2001-12-07
Teaneck, NJ
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reply to siersema

said by siersema:

I just forced the upgrade to the latest .36 for the ActionTec Rev I . . .

How did you do that?
Never mind. I found the answer in another thread.
»Actiontec 40.19.36 firmware

zippoboy7

join:2006-06-18
USA

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reply to siersema

I think you will find that IPv6 even tho enabled on the router is not enabled from Verizon at this point except for a select group of their own employees for testing. I have had IPv6 support on my Rev G for several months but it does not get an IPv6 address.