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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 164465 10-Feb-2015 20:39
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Does Spark now provide IPv6?

I want to setup my Xbox One to use native IPv6..

And I seen this.. so was hoping the have IPv6 now?







  1. Login to the gateway
  2. Click Internet from the top menu.
  3. Click Internet Settings from the left. 
  4. Locate INTERNET_TR069_VDSL_VID_10
  5. Click Edit
  6. Ensure the following settings are saved:


    • Enable Connection: Ticked
    • Service Type: Internet, TR069 and VOICE are all ticked
    • Connection Type: IP routing (PPP)
    • MRU: 1492
    • MSS: 0
    • NAT Type: NAPT
    • Enable VLAN: Ticked
    • VLAN ID: 10
    • 802.1p: 0
    • PPP Authentication mode: PAP 
    • PPP Trigger Mode: Always Online
    • Internet Account:
    • Internet Password: telecom1 
    • PPP Service Name: <leave blank>
    • IP Protocol Version: IPv4 + IPv6
    • Static DNS: un ticked
    • IPv6 Addressing Type: SLAAC
  7. If any changes had to be made, click Save



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  Reply # 1234327 10-Feb-2015 20:42
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I've heard talk of maybe within the next couple of years.

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