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What model is your router?
Its Netgear. Its alright now anyway, the router ended up playing up a little last night anyway so i think it was due to that. Damn routers eh....lol
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Ipv6 is implemented but not all servers support it. teredo is Ipv6
Would you please stop talking out your ass???!!!

First of all, unless your running pre-2000 Servers, the Server OS's will support IPv6.

Second, Teredo is not IPv6, it is a tunneling protocol to handle IPv4 to IPv6 when DUAL Stacking is not employed, however a network engineer implementing a IPv6 without Redistribution of IPv4 is a ******* idiot. As is there is only 5 routing protocols that will support IPv6 those being RIPng, EIGRP (IPv6), IS-IS, MP-BGP4, and OSPFv3. The only routing protocol used for the Internet is BGP. So please learn your **** before you continue to spread mis-information and continue to talk out your ass.
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Would you please stop talking out your ass???!!!

First of all, unless your running pre-2000 Servers, the Server OS's will support IPv6.

Second, Teredo is not IPv6, it is a tunneling protocol to handle IPv4 to IPv6 when DUAL Stacking is not employed, however a network engineer implementing a IPv6 without Redistribution of IPv4 is a ******* idiot. As is there is only 5 routing protocols that will support IPv6 those being RIPng, EIGRP (IPv6), IS-IS, MP-BGP4, and OSPFv3. The only routing protocol used for the Internet is BGP. So please learn your **** before you continue to spread mis-information and continue to talk out your ass.
Are you done having a stroke or shall we dail 911?

Many of the servers are "dual stacked", i.e. they support both. Your PC most likely is "dual stacked" as well. But do you use IPv6? Most likely not, because some network component in-between does not support it. There are ways around this problem though, and fascinatingly they work very well against censorship. Iran and China????????

Teredo is one of the transition services that helps people to getting connected to IPv6. I said Teredo because

netsh interface ipv6 show teredo

If type is "default" and you haven't got IPv6 connectivity try this:

netsh interface ipv6 set teredo enterpriseclient

Unless you are behind a web proxy this should get you on the IPv6 network

IPV6 is not supported because most likely some network component inbetween don't support it. Its pretty obvious Not all the servers support IPv6, simply because not all the providers do
Edited by Spooony - 5/13/11 at 11:04pm
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