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rchandra
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Is Google Fiber native IPv6?

As all their services have participated in World IPv6 Launch Day, I'd think they'd be offering native addressing, in dual stack of course. But I would hope to hear from anyone who is using GF and could tell me.
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whfsdude
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said by rchandra:

As all their services have participated in World IPv6 Launch Day, I'd think they'd be offering native addressing, in dual stack of course. But I would hope to hear from anyone who is using GF and could tell me.

Maybe....

quote:
Google Fibers subscribers may attach any device of their choice to the Google Fiber Internet service that is compatible with the Google Fiber network (i.e., supports IPv4 and/or IPv6 via Ethernet or Wi-Fi technologies), ....
»fiber.google.com/legal/network.html

But then we have this report which states the user is only getting a ULA.

»cafbit.com/entry/google_fiber


whfsdude
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reply to rchandra

Actually on his updated post, he confirms working IPv6. So yes, it is v6 enabled.

»cafbit.com/entry/google_fiber_tourism



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reply to whfsdude

Accoring to »cafbit.com/entry/google_fiber_tourism it's now working normally. He mentions external testing but doesn't actually provide a reference link though.