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Topic # 116465 30-Apr-2013 03:20
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Hello all..

Just got my SixXS IPv6 sorted and now need to configure my Apple Airport Extreme, on my Vodafone Cable.

I've done as much as I know or understand but can't seem to get it working. Any help will be superbly appreciated.

I followed instructions from:
http://arstechnica.com/apple/2013/02/airport-extreme-update-breaks-ipv6-tunnels-but-heres-how-to-fix-it/




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  Reply # 807788 30-Apr-2013 04:09
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Probably stating the obvious (apologies if so!), but have you read the SixXs wiki?

http://www.sixxs.net/wiki/Apple_Airport

There's certainly lots of reports of the 7.6.3 firmware breaking the IPv6 tunnels - seems like 7.6.1 is a better bet.



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  Reply # 807817 30-Apr-2013 07:36
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RunningMan: Probably stating the obvious (apologies if so!), but have you read the SixXs wiki?

http://www.sixxs.net/wiki/Apple_Airport

There's certainly lots of reports of the 7.6.3 firmware breaking the IPv6 tunnels - seems like 7.6.1 is a better bet.


Yeah been down that path in Wiki. I guess the question is do I manually set up each device behind the router an IPv6 manually?




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  Reply # 807828 30-Apr-2013 08:22
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Ooooh. Actually... I think I am already operating on IPv6 now, which mean the configuration is working and the devices behind the Airport Extreme automatically get its IPv6!! Yay!




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  Reply # 808100 30-Apr-2013 16:40
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Awesome - what setup did you use?

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