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2011-07-22 05:12 PM
2011-07-23 01:18 PM
2011-07-23 02:34 PM
Ryster wrote: I'm in the process of migrating to them now... still connected to my old ISP for now. I only ask because I can find no mention of IPv6 anywhere in the router's web panel. Wouldn't there we somewhere I could allocate an IPv6 address to the router itself for example?
2011-07-24 09:04 AM
2011-07-24 09:14 AM
2011-07-24 10:48 AM
Ryster wrote: Come on Netgear, get a grip... haven't you heard?.. there are no more IPv4 addresses left to give out, people need to have the option of trying out IPv6 NOW!
2011-07-24 04:04 PM
Thank you for choosing NETGEAR. My name is Denston and I will be your Support Engineer.
I understand that you want to know if your router is IPV6 supported. I will be working to assist you in resolving the issue you described. Since we are doing this online it may require a few email exchanges before we can resolve the issue. I will do my best to help resolve your case in the least possible time.
Regarding your concern we are sorry to inform you that this router does not support IPV6 protocol, please click on the link given below to know more about the product.
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2011-07-24 07:10 PM
2011-07-25 04:21 AM
theTechman05 wrote: If your big enough to have ipv6 addresses to the outside world , shouldn't you have a more commercial model of a router also?