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  Reply # 1059451 4-Jun-2014 23:09
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No problems here, since disable ipv6, reset network stack and mtu and update to firmware 6.0.6.




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  Reply # 1059513 5-Jun-2014 08:01
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Hi All,

We are currently replicating this at the moment, at present it looks like (as you guys have said) an IPv6 issue on the Fritz box on certain versions of firmware. Will report back when we know more.

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  Reply # 1059521 5-Jun-2014 08:11
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I've found over the last few days that the MTU workaround only sort of works a bit. I can get timeouts to IPv6 websites, go to test-ipv6.com and it fails the MTU check. I can then run the test again and it passes, but with large packets still taking 4+ seconds, then test again and it passes the MTU test in 0.4 seconds. Then I refresh the browser and everything is fine for a while, put my phone down for half an hour and then sometimes it's all good and sometimes I'm timing out again. Seems pretty random whether it works or not.

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  Reply # 1059674 5-Jun-2014 10:49
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RalphFromSnap: Hi All,

We are currently replicating this at the moment, at present it looks like (as you guys have said) an IPv6 issue on the Fritz box on certain versions of firmware. Will report back when we know more.

Thanks,


I'd like to add that I did enable IPv6 in the router again and set a custom MTU of 1492 and pages seem to be *almost instantly loading compared to the ridiculous times that I'd previously mentioned.

There is the occasional hiccup however, any questions feel free to ask!

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  Reply # 1060016 5-Jun-2014 19:31
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I actually found that in my case that its infact my network settings.

 

Disable ipv6 and the browsers are good but when you enable it again the browsers tend to be slow to load photos on facebook for example.

 

 

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1078513 2-Jul-2014 11:07
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This has been driving me nuts. Off to disable ipv6, see if that helps.

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  Reply # 1091545 18-Jul-2014 16:34
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Has this been solved yet? or are there any workarounds. I'm still having this happen quite often 



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  Reply # 1092226 19-Jul-2014 23:50
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Working fine here with ipv6 disabled on the fritzbox. No issues on wireless connected windows notebooks or various droids.




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