reply to hussle87
Re: IPV6 I found this page on ipv6 on opendns website. Is this what I set it to on my router. and how do I get it to resolve both ipv6 and ipv4 addresses?
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said by hussle87:
Question I use open dns and I have a ipv6 capable modem and router
Is there anything I need to do since I am not using comcast dns servers?
said by hussle87:I think that you need to start this thread over and tell us if you are having a general problem getting IPv6 to work, or if you are just having problems with OpenDNS.
Anyone from comcast know when my area will get ipv6 turned on?
In other words, does IPv6 work if for you if you just use the Comcast DHCP supplied DNS servers? Once everyone knows exactly what your problem is, then we can work on a solution.
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reply to hussle87You can use them. Please read and my previous post that those are name resolution only and do not provide the features that the OPenDNS IPv4 servers use. That's important to understand.
On a general note, as I already mentioned, a DNS server with an IPv4 address (ex: 126.96.36.199 or 188.8.131.52) will give you the AAAA records (the IPv6 address) if available.