Netgear Netgear DGN3500: IPv6

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  1. COCOLINHO
    COCOLINHO Guest

    Netgear Netgear DGN3500: IPv6


    Netgear (Modems/Gateways) Netgear DGN3500: IPv6
    Does my router supports IPv6.

    :)
     
    COCOLINHO, Nov 17, 2016
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  2. XB1R Athena
    XB1R Athena Guest
    Netgear Netgear DGN3500: Device Manual

    Netgear (Modems/Gateways) Netgear DGN3500: Device Manual
    Device Manual

    Click
    here
    to go to a manual for this device
     
    XB1R Athena, Nov 17, 2016
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  3. XB1R Hades
    XB1R Hades Guest
    Netgear Netgear DGN3500: Firewall

    Netgear (Modems/Gateways) Netgear DGN3500: Firewall
    Login Information

    • Gateway - 192.168.0.1
    • Username - admin
    • Password - password
    Firewall

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left select WAN Setup.
    4. Check the Disable SPI Firewall box.
    5. Change NAT Filtering from secured to Open.
     
    XB1R Hades, Nov 17, 2016
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  4. Qwertei Win User

    Netgear: ipv6

    IPv6 is all dependent on your ISP (And if your router / modem supports it) the best way to set it up is first contact your ISP ask them if they support it and if your network plan is allowed to use it. If so then check if your router / modem supports it.
    If it does then great! Enter your IP address into the search bar and hit enter (Ex: 192.168.0.1 or 1.1 please take note that you cannot sign into a router / modem if you are not connected to it) there should be a login in screen your ISP will provide the info.
    Look around and try to find the switch from IPv4 to IPv6.

    http://support.xbox.com/en-CA/xbox-one/networking/ipv6-on-xbox-one
  5. M3tal Daz3 Win User

    Netgear: Ipv6

    Contact your net provider to verify if your connection can handle IPv6
  6. ArminatorX Win User

    Netgear DGN3500: Netgear LB2120 UPnP Unavailable

    I'm a bit confused about what you mean by "this device is linked to an actual router".

    From the specifications, the LB2120 takes a wired WAN (e.g. from a DSL or cable modem), and also supports 4G cellphone based connections.

    Such a setup is fine for fault tolerance or speed boosts, if the 4G network is significantly faster than your DSL or cable connection.

    However: most internet providers don't have enough IPv4 adresses for cellphone connections, and therefore use CG-NAT and tunneling techniques like DS-Lite to tunnel IPv4 through an IPv6 address. So multiplayer via cellphone connections hardly work properly.

    As for your Nexxt Solutions router: If that really is a router, and not just a cable modem, then you have a double NAT, as the Nexxt router and your LB2120 are both NAT devices.

    And, to top it off, your ISP might also do CG-NAT on your cable/DSL connection, which would give you a triple NAT.

    Is there a specific reason to why you need the LB2012 for your Xbox? If it's about the "speed" you'd get from the 4G connection, you can use that speed only for downloading games faster. It will not help you for multiplayer or Party chat connections.

    If possible, connect your Xbox as "close" as possible to the internet connection with as few devices between the console and internet. Which means to plug it into the Nexxt Solutions router.

    When on the router, use your PC to sign into it's configuration page, and take a note of the Nexxt Solutions WAN IP address (i.e. the IP you get from your internet provider). Then surf to a page like https://www.whatismyip.com/ and
    make a note of the "Your Public IP" address. If the public IP from the page and the WAN IP on your Nexxt Solutions router are different, your ISP is using CG-NAT and you need to contact him to ask for a proper public IPv4 Address that is not NATed.
  7. taidara Win User

    Netgear Netgear R7000: Does it support IPv6.

    Could you please verify the make and model number of your router.

    For clarity, what is make and model of your modem?
  8. 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.
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