Sincerely hope that that your SmartHub is doing dual-stack rather than IPv6 and only offering IPv4 if it cannot get IPv6 connectivity.
Dual stack is the norm for IPv6, since many websites still don't exist in the IPv6 space.
Well I have never had IPv6 until the 24th October, so I wouldn't know.
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Actually your readiness test you have says the following:
This is the most important test. This verifies your browser can connect to a site that has both IPv4 and IPv6 records published. IPv4 only hosts should connect fine (using IPv4).
If this test fails or times out, you can expect major problems as publishers start offering their sites on IPv6.
Test with Dual Stack DNS record
ok (0.065s) using ipv6
Also the tests done at test-ipv6.com say the following:
Test with IPv4 DNS record ok (0.026s) using ipv4
Test with IPv6 DNS record ok (0.037s) using ipv6
Test with Dual Stack DNS record ok (0.039s) using ipv6
Test for Dual Stack DNS and large packet ok (0.057s) using ipv6
Test IPv4 without DNS ok (0.030s) using ipv4
Test IPv6 without DNS ok (0.037s) using ipv6
Test IPv6 large packet ok (0.041s) using ipv6
Test if your ISP's DNS server uses IPv6 ok (0.058s) using ipv6
Find IPv4 Service Provider ok (0.036s) using ipv4 ASN 2856
Find IPv6 Service Provider ok (0.037s) using ipv6 ASN 2856
So I assume that's what you was referring to and ours is ok?
I now all tests that I do say its Native IPv6, I can see it saing it uses IPv6 by default and then falls back to IPv4.
Image of IPv6 Test Results
I can also see it saying:
Your router or firewall is filtering ICMPv6 messages sent to your computer. An IPv6 host that cannot receive ICMP messages may encounter problems like some web pages loading partially or not at all.
So if that becomes an issue I will just switch over to my FRITZ!Box and use that in WAN Mode.
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