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plencnerb
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reply to graysonf

Re: [IPv6] Troubleshooting Comcast IPv6 (Start Here)

I agree, thanks for the detailed explanation.

said by graysonf:

My router is m0n0wall v1.8.1b535.

I'm currently running Smoothwall Express 3.x, and I know that version does not support IPv6 at all. Doing some research on their forums, it looks like there won't be an official version that does. However, there might be a user mod that will, but I am not 100% positive of that.

So, I'm wondering how m0n0wall compares to Smoothwall, as far as installation and functionally? If I have to change flavors of Linux/Unix to support IPv6, I'll do it, but I don't want to drastic of a change.

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graysonf
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I know next to nothing about Smoothwall so I can't offer any comparison to m0n0wall.

Depending on the hardware you are running Smoothwall on, you could try m0n0wall and see if you like it or not.

They have a Live CD and all you need to store the configuration on is a USB stick or floppy disk. It won't touch your hard drive.

If you don't like it, toss the CD and erase the USB stick. If you do like it you can install it to hard drive.

I run mine on a Compact Flash Drive on headless hardware.