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Re: Is Google Fiber native IPv6?
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.
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), ....
But then we have this report which states the user is only getting a ULA.