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# 77076 10-Feb-2011 18:19
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Anyone using a Dynalink RTA1320V6 modem for the ipv6 trial? Does it work ok for v6 in half-bridge mode?

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  # 438464 11-Feb-2011 22:41
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+1

I also have an RTA1320V6, and would be intersted to know if anyone is using one with Xnet's IPv6 trial.

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  # 439466 14-Feb-2011 21:07
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If it offer native IPv6 connectivity it probably will work - may aswell try it as its free to go on the trial. One thing that I haven't figured about IPv6 on a PPP session is that you probably will need to input your LAN side range as I'm not sure if this info is given as part of info sent to your router when you establish PPP?




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  # 439496 14-Feb-2011 21:45
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I don't think PPP half bridge mode would work, wrong layer.
I've setup 3 Cisco 877's to use V6 on xnet and they've worked sweet as, but I don't believe Half bridge would work.. You'd need full PPPoE or PPTP relay for that to work,.

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  # 439502 14-Feb-2011 21:49
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kyhwana2: I don't think PPP half bridge mode would work, wrong layer.
I've setup 3 Cisco 877's to use V6 on xnet and they've worked sweet as, but I don't believe Half bridge would work.. You'd need full PPPoE or PPTP relay for that to work,.


He;'s not using half bridge though? These are all in one units with modems built in? 




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  # 439519 14-Feb-2011 22:04
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He said he was using it in half bridge mode?
Huh, although according to the website, it does v6! So i'd say give it a go! ;)

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  # 439619 15-Feb-2011 09:20
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Dynalink have some IPv6 firmware for this router which I am currently testing - it is beta at this stage and I dont think it is publicly available.

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  # 446561 8-Mar-2011 10:11
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Highly interested as to how it turns out callumb.


I want IPv6 (native) sooo bad.

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