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Standard User DougM
(regular) Wed 23-Feb-11 19:08:30
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Does IDNet Offer IPv6 Support


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This page shows that IDNet supports IPv6, but I could find no information on the IDNet website.

Can anyone here confirm that native IPv6 is supported? Anyone here using it?

I am currently achieve <2Mbps with Sky LLU, and with my BT cabinet set for FTTC in a couple of months to improve my throughput I will need to find a new supplier. I'm running an IPv6 tunnel using my Cisco 877W but would much prefer to simply use native IPv6.

Thanks!

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ISP Representative simon_idnet
(isp) Thu 24-Feb-11 10:57:41
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Re: Does IDNet Offer IPv6 Support


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We support IPv6. If your router requests a block then it is assigned during the PPP login.
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Standard User DougM
(regular) Thu 24-Feb-11 12:39:33
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Re: Does IDNet Offer IPv6 Support


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Nice, thanks for the information.

Is it possible for a customer to have a prefix statically assigned, or is this limited to dynamic? Ideally I would like to avoid my LAN systems changing prefix any time the PPP session bounces.

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ISP Representative simon_idnet
(isp) Thu 24-Feb-11 13:44:53
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Re: Does IDNet Offer IPv6 Support


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IPv6 addresses are assigned dynamically at present. We are planning to cater for static assignments particularly for business customers.
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