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RE: IPv6 on SOHO routers?
> > Linksys RVS4000 for $119.99 > > Linksys WRVS4400 for $209.99 > Looked at the manual, the only thing I could find regarding > IPv6 connectivity was an option You need the January 11 2008 firmware (or newer) to do IPv6. 6to4 works fine but there is a bug with NAT-PT at present. If you Google for the device name and "IPv6" then you will find some forum postings discussing IPv6 using these Linksys boxes. Note, that this is another example of a device which was able to add IPv6 through software only, no hardware changes required. I think that the majority of SOHO devices will add IPv6 in this way. As soon as the manufacturers realise that there is a demand for such products, they can very quickly add IPv6 and ship it, faster than they can update and print new manuals. The list on <http://www.getipv6.info/index.php/Broadband_CPE> has been updated. --Michael Dillon