Test your IPv6 connectivity.

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  1. Hannibal Lecter

    Hannibal Lecter MDL Senior Member

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  2. nodnar

    nodnar MDL Addicted

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    did same test, got same result.under xp sp3

    according to their faq the dns server is not
    ready or configured for IPv6

    i`ll cross that bridge when i come to it..

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  3. pokerface

    pokerface MDL Junior Member

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    For the moment there are a few ISP`s who offers native IPv6.
    If your ISP don`t offers IPv6 for the moment than you can try to use a IPv6 Tunnelbroker or
    you can configure Teredo under Windows to get IPv6 connectivity.
     
  4. Hannibal Lecter

    Hannibal Lecter MDL Senior Member

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    I did a little more searching and found that the only thing actually missing is the IPv6 DNS Server. An IPv6 address is already given in the configuration. So I suppose, we will just have to wait a while...
     
  5. pokerface

    pokerface MDL Junior Member

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    You don`t have to wait if you want to access IPv6 only websites.
    If you are using Teredo than you must configure a active route for this.
     
  6. Hannibal Lecter

    Hannibal Lecter MDL Senior Member

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    I will wait until IPv6 actually starts in June, then check again, and unless my ISP has updated the router, I will take it up with them... That should be the simplest way, I suppose.