Built in ipv6

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by hellohello, Aug 19, 2012.

  1. hellohello

    hellohello MDL Junior Member

    May 10, 2007
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    Hi everyone,

    I never know that since Vista, we have this ipv6 in ipv4 stuff built in lol. I read a bit, there is something that I don't understand.

    We can enable the teredo by doing
    netsh
    interface
    teredo
    set state enterpriseclient

    and to disable it by
    netsh
    interface
    teredo
    set state disabled

    So here is thing, by enabling teredo, it means that it is going to tunnel ipv6 through MS server right? But only for server that requires ipv6 right? Meaning, ipv4 server works the way it should just like when teredo is disabled.

    Since disabling only means it won't go through ipv6 server, there should be no reason to disable it?

    And using 3rd party like gogo is so that the tunneling won't go through MS server.

    Thank you.