Verizon FIOS IPv6?
vristevs at ramapo.edu
Wed Jan 8 17:26:10 UTC 2014
My actiontec router has had that IPv6 page for a while now. I'm 20
minutes outside NYC. However when I enable it, I still don't get a
broadband IPv6 address in the System Monitoring tab.
On 1/8/2014 8:26 AM, George, Wes wrote:
> On 1/7/14, 11:10 PM, "Adam Rothschild" <asr at latency.net> wrote:
>> I should probably add that there was a real router plugged into the
>> ethernet port on the ONT, given a lack of support in the ActionTec
>> code ...
> Interestingly, I have one of the later-generation ActionTecs, and VZ
> pushed a software update to it at some point and it sprouted IPv6 config.
> And no, clicking ³enable² doesn¹t do anything, least it didn¹t last time I
> fiddled with it.
> They¹ve at least updated this page from ³later in 2012² to ³starting in
> 2013² but clearly that¹s still not very helpful.
> Wes George
> Anything below this line has been added by my company¹s mail server, I
> have no control over it.
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