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  Reply # 1041888 11-May-2014 22:17
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charsleysa:
hio77:
cjmchch: I've got an MP-264 ex World Exchange and couldn't get it configured. Might try again at some stage. And hio77, you need to add to that statement that you are managing to run IPv6 without issue only because you are running an old firmware that most people can't do. I dare say if you upgraded your firmware the IPv6 may very well raise its ugly head.


see, i used to point that out. but seen a few on 5.21 who are having issues too..


As I have mentioned before, this is a Snap issue.

This is NOT a fritzbox issue. Snap has not finished rolling out IPv6 so it will NOT work for everyone.

If you are having IPv6 issues then it is highly likely that Snap has not finished rolling out IPv6 for your area.

Disable IPv6, if issues persist then contact Snap support.


it is a issue yes, but that doesnt mean its not simply an issue between fritzboxes implementation and snaps.


i personally had issues with v6 when i was running 5.51. since moving back its been as stable as can be.




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  Reply # 1041893 11-May-2014 22:30
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hio77:
charsleysa:
hio77:
cjmchch: I've got an MP-264 ex World Exchange and couldn't get it configured. Might try again at some stage. And hio77, you need to add to that statement that you are managing to run IPv6 without issue only because you are running an old firmware that most people can't do. I dare say if you upgraded your firmware the IPv6 may very well raise its ugly head.


see, i used to point that out. but seen a few on 5.21 who are having issues too..


As I have mentioned before, this is a Snap issue.

This is NOT a fritzbox issue. Snap has not finished rolling out IPv6 so it will NOT work for everyone.

If you are having IPv6 issues then it is highly likely that Snap has not finished rolling out IPv6 for your area.

Disable IPv6, if issues persist then contact Snap support.


it is a issue yes, but that doesnt mean its not simply an issue between fritzboxes implementation and snaps.


i personally had issues with v6 when i was running 5.51. since moving back its been as stable as can be.


The problem with that theory is that I'm successfully running IPv6 on firmware 6.06

So logical conclusion is that it's not a fritzbox related issue.

Snap hasn't finished rolling out IPv6, that's the issue.




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  Reply # 1041894 11-May-2014 22:31
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charsleysa:
hio77:
charsleysa:
hio77:
cjmchch: I've got an MP-264 ex World Exchange and couldn't get it configured. Might try again at some stage. And hio77, you need to add to that statement that you are managing to run IPv6 without issue only because you are running an old firmware that most people can't do. I dare say if you upgraded your firmware the IPv6 may very well raise its ugly head.


see, i used to point that out. but seen a few on 5.21 who are having issues too..


As I have mentioned before, this is a Snap issue.

This is NOT a fritzbox issue. Snap has not finished rolling out IPv6 so it will NOT work for everyone.

If you are having IPv6 issues then it is highly likely that Snap has not finished rolling out IPv6 for your area.

Disable IPv6, if issues persist then contact Snap support.


it is a issue yes, but that doesnt mean its not simply an issue between fritzboxes implementation and snaps.


i personally had issues with v6 when i was running 5.51. since moving back its been as stable as can be.


The problem with that theory is that I'm successfully running IPv6 on firmware 6.06

So logical conclusion is that it's not a fritzbox related issue.

Snap hasn't finished rolling out IPv6, that's the issue.


maybe its todo with how the IPv6 is configured? i havent really tried to break my ipv6.....




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  Reply # 1041898 11-May-2014 22:39
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Well it may be a configuration issue but I've tried multiple configurations and they all seem to work just fine for me.

So, logical conclusion is that it's an issue on Snap's end which is most likely caused by the fact that they haven't finished rolling out IPv6.




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  Reply # 1041902 11-May-2014 22:44
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i am off Broadband PoP: SNAPDSL-AKL UFB and tried 2 different fritzbox and 2 different version,
while ipv6 was on it would drop the connection about 4 to 6 time a day, since turning it off on 5.51 it hasnt gone offline for the last 7 days.



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  Reply # 1041905 11-May-2014 22:51
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kenl: i am off Broadband PoP: SNAPDSL-AKL UFB and tried 2 different fritzbox and 2 different version,
while ipv6 was on it would drop the connection about 4 to 6 time a day, since turning it off on 5.51 it hasnt gone offline for the last 7 days.





when you say drop connection, what do you mean exactly? 


is your PPP reauthenticating? or are you resyncing? 




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  Reply # 1041907 11-May-2014 22:54
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yes it reauthenticate.

mainly ipv6 thinks it needs to be renewed as far as i can tell and drop both ipv6 and ipv4 and both renews as i would simply put it disconnect/reconnect.

it hasnt done so since turning off ipv6



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