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Re: IPv6 on SOHO routers?
David Conrad <[email protected]> wrote: > FWIW, I had reason to go over to a local Fry's (www.frys.com) and they > had 2 SOHO routers that claimed to have IPv6 support: > > Linksys RVS4000 for $119.99 > Linksys WRVS4400 for $209.99 > > No idea how well they support IPv6... Looked at the manual, the only thing I could find regarding IPv6 connectivity was an option IP Versions * IPv4 Only. This option utilizes IPv4 on the Internet and local network * Dual-Stack IP. This option utilizes IPv4 over the Internet and IPv4 and IPv6 on the local network. No support for native connectivity on the WAN side apparently and no user-defined tunnels, so my guess is 6to4. Odd that you can manually specify the LAN IPv6 address, but well. Latest firmware readme talks about 6to4-only as well. Apple Airport Extreme can do 6to4 and manual proto-41 at least, the only other commercial SOHO product I could find that (according to the data-sheet) supports IPv6 is the Buffalo WZR-AG300NH. No hit in the (very brief) manual or the knowledge base though, so no idea how far this support is going. Best bet is still a WRT54G with OpenWRT :-\ Bernhard