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Standard User cuthbei
(regular) Wed 12-Jan-11 17:37:08
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Ipv6 Capable ADSL router list


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Hi,

I'm trying to track down a list of IPv6 capable ADSL (ADSL2+) routers. Ideally, low cost, not Cisco, Juniper etc. The best I have found so far is

http://labs.ripe.net/Members/mirjam/ipv6-cpe-survey-...

Does anyone know of a better list?

Does anyone know of any routers which support native IPv6?

I'm not looking for a home built solution using the Vigor 120 bridge (tried that, didn't like it).

Thanks, Cuthbei
Standard User cuthbei
(regular) Thu 13-Jan-11 16:56:12
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Re: Ipv6 Capable ADSL router list


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Billion BiPAC 7800NL looks like one of only a few.

No price yet though

http://www.broadbandbuyer.co.uk/Shop/ShopDetail.asp?...
Standard User e102gamma
(committed) Thu 13-Jan-11 17:02:04
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Re: Ipv6 Capable ADSL router list


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Billion have said they're updating the 7800N to support IPv6 in Q1 2011. We'll have to wait and see.


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Standard User wragby
(newbie) Mon 17-Jan-11 14:55:13
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Re: Ipv6 Capable ADSL router list


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There is a commentary on the IPv4 exhaustion and an objective assessment on whether you need to rush out and buy a new IPv6 enabled router at this site http://www.trefor.net/2011/01/17/omg-the-internet-is...
Standard User krazykizza
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 17-Jan-11 15:06:58
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Re: Ipv6 Capable ADSL router list


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Please read the article

"Consumers
As long as your ISP does support IPv6 then your routers donít need to Ė the ISP can do a Network Address Translation on your behalf."

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Standard User camieabz
(legend) Mon 17-Jan-11 15:27:56
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Good info

I wonder how it will affect those with hosted servers (I'm thinking DNS), and static routing?

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Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Mon 17-Jan-11 19:53:27
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Re: Ipv6 Capable ADSL router list


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In reply to a post by krazykizza:
Please read the article

"Consumers
As long as your ISP does support IPv6 then your routers donít need to Ė the ISP can do a Network Address Translation on your behalf."
Doesn't it say somewhere that in fact it isn't quite as simple as that? Some routers still fail.

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Standard User Cobra001
(member) Mon 17-Jan-11 20:16:43
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Re: Ipv6 Capable ADSL router list


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all of dlinks quad band devices are IPv6 silver and gold rated http://www.dlink.co.uk/cs/Satellite?c=Product_C&chil...

when doing my reserarch foudn alot of the N dual band and better are IPv6 ready.

However how well the deal with both Ipv4 and IPv6 is yet to been seen, could cause some major lag on alot of devices
Standard User cuthbei
(regular) Mon 17-Jan-11 20:38:11
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Thanks for the link. Sadly none of the ADSL2+ enabled routers look to be in the quadband range, so I'll still need a seperate ADSL modem.

Thanks, Cuthbei
Standard User cuthbei
(regular) Mon 17-Jan-11 20:44:18
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IPv6 to IPv4 NAT is a pain and not simple for some protocols (anything with an IP addr in the payload). I'm sure some ISPs will do a great job of it, others much worse. Personally, I want to move to IPv6 ASAP, but IP networking is my job, so I have several reasons to be interested.
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