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Topic # 223425 28-Sep-2017 23:58
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Hooray, I just noticed the IPv6 logo.

 

Woop woop!





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  Reply # 1874406 29-Sep-2017 00:23
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Congrats on the V6 :)





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  Reply # 1875413 1-Oct-2017 12:14
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     >I just noticed the IPv6 logo<

 

Where?


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1875415 1-Oct-2017 12:19
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It's above "geekzone" on the logo.

 

Having said that though, I notice it shows up on my laptop, but not my desktop.

 

What's that about?





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  Reply # 1875429 1-Oct-2017 12:30
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Ah, yes, I see it there tongue-out

 

My recent cable upgrade puts me on IPv6 too ... almost impossible to remember those IP address 32 characters compared with the other 10 or 11 on IPv4 undecided

 

I notice that in fact I have two static IP addresses .... presumably to accommodate web sites etc that are not IPv6 compatible ??


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  Reply # 1875445 1-Oct-2017 12:43
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I had IP6 turned on, but it caused a few odd web problems. I turned it off until I really need it.





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  Reply # 1875537 1-Oct-2017 16:24
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Nah holding out for a V8


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