Belkin: IPv6

Discus and support Belkin: IPv6 in XboX Networking Hardware to solve the problem; Belkin (Routers): IPv6 Initially; This is something you would need to consult with your ISP. Questions such as; Are they able to migrate your current... Discussion in 'XboX Networking Hardware' started by CrispCleric626, Dec 27, 2016.

  1. Belkin: IPv6


    Belkin (Routers): IPv6
    Initially; This is something you would need to consult with your ISP. Questions such as; Are they able to migrate your current service from IPv4 into IPv6.

    When this have been established; The next question would be to make sure your networking equipment is up-to-date to be able to handle IPv6.

    If you don't know the model (which should be the least of efforts to find out), then simply login to your router's UI and under DHCP (or WAN/Internet interface) there should be two options to configure a DHCP server. One being with an IPv4 address (123.456.789.010)
    and the second option with an IPv6 address (FE80::/10 prefix).

    :)
     
    CrispCleric626, Dec 27, 2016
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  2. Belkin: Help

    Belkin (Routers): Help
    Does this router support IPv6 and if so how do i inable it
     
    XLAMBOFGOD10X, Dec 27, 2016
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  3. Belkin: How to get my router from ipv4 to ipv6

    Belkin (Routers): How to get my router from ipv4 to ipv6
    IPv6 depends on your ISP an the type of router you are currently using you'll need to call the current ISP then ask them if they support it if not then you cannot use it but if so then you'll need to login by entering your IP address into the browser change
    it there and your modem / router should pick up the change.
     
    Getrighthomie, Dec 27, 2016
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  4. taidara
    taidara Guest

    Belkin: IPv6

    Initially; This is something you would need to consult with your ISP. Questions such as; Are they able to migrate your current service from IPv4 into IPv6.

    When this have been established; The next question would be to make sure your networking equipment is up-to-date to be able to handle IPv6.

    If you don't know the model (which should be the least of efforts to find out), then simply login to your router's UI and under DHCP (or WAN/Internet interface) there should be two options to configure a DHCP server. One being with an IPv4 address (123.456.789.010)
    and the second option with an IPv6 address (FE80::/10 prefix).
     
    taidara, Dec 28, 2016
    #4
  5. taidara Win User

    Belkin: IPv6

    Initially; This is something you would need to consult with your ISP. Questions such as; Are they able to migrate your current service from IPv4 into IPv6.

    When this have been established; The next question would be to make sure your networking equipment is up-to-date to be able to handle IPv6.

    If you don't know the model (which should be the least of efforts to find out), then simply login to your router's UI and under DHCP (or WAN/Internet interface) there should be two options to configure a DHCP server. One being with an IPv4 address (123.456.789.010)
    and the second option with an IPv6 address (FE80::/10 prefix).
  6. Qwertei Win User

    Belkin: How to get my router from ipv4 to ipv6

    IPv6 depends on your ISP an the type of router you are currently using you'll need to call the current ISP then ask them if they support it if not then you cannot use it but if so then you'll need to login by entering your IP address into the browser change
    it there and your modem / router should pick up the change.
  7. HAZMAT RADIO Win User

    How to switch from IPv4 to IPv6?

    IPV6 has to be supported by your router and your ISP. IPV6 is already built into Xbox and when it detects it you're set.

    Comcast is my ISP and their network supports IPV6.

    I have a netgear router that supports IPV6 and it's just a matter of logging in to the router and enabling the IPV6 feature.
  8. ArminatorX Win User

    My Xbox One S won't connect to Xbox Live using ipv4.

    It might be that your ISP is using IPv6 and tunneling IPv4 via CG-NAT and DS-Lite.

    While IPv6 is generally a Good Thing to have (as the Xbox One primarily uses IPv6, and even if you only have IPv4, it will use IPv6 tunneled through IPv4), you might want to check with your ISP if they offer you a "Dual Stack" connection with IPv6 and a
    real public IPv4 in parallel.

    There really isn't much you can do on the console itself, as it does check automatically what IP protocol your ISP provides, and if it's IPv6, then the console will use IPv6. If it's a Dual Stack, where you have IPv4 natively (not tunneled through IPv6)
    and IPv6, then the console will use both, and if it's an IPv4 connection, it'll tunnel IPv6 through IPv4 through Teredo.
  9. ArminatorX Win User

    How does Xbox One configure for IPv6

    IPv6 depends on your Internet Provider and your router being able to provide IPv6 in your network.

    Your PC can be set up to use tunneling techniques to use IPv6 through IPv4 tunneling, and the Xbox does this as well.

    Most networking stuff in regards to multiplayer and party chat supposedly run via IPv6, and if IPv6 isn't natively available, Teredo is used to tunnel IPv6 through IPv4.

    So please ask your ISP if they natively provide IPv6 (ideally in a dual stack configuration with IPv4 in parallel), and check the documentation of your router if it supports IPv6 as well.
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