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IPV6 on OTN?
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Is IPV6 standard on UFB fibre to home installs?
The ONT is not a Layer 3 device and is not providing IPv4 or IPv6 to the home. Service Providers could decide to offer IPv6 without impact to the underlying GPON system.
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+1 received by user: 12
I have IPv6 working on my home UFB install - there is no real difference to DSL when it gets to the ISP's network - you will probably find that if your ISP can give you v6 now - you can probably get v6 on your UFB connection.
As long as the RGW supports v6 that is.
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UFB can support it as can most modern DSL (EUBA), VDSL and other services. UFB (and DSL) are layer 2 services whereas IPv6 is layer 3.
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