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# 203184 20-Sep-2016 20:27
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@2degreesCare

 

I've noticed that my static IPv6 has gone down after my connection dropped and reconnected at 2am this morning.  As of the time of this post, it still hasn't returned.  Any problems with this?  I use IPv6 for a number of services so its important (relative to the fact I'm on a home and not business connection).

 

 

 

Chris


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  # 1636830 20-Sep-2016 20:29
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Had a similar situation recently. 2degrees claimed it was all good on their end.  I ended up disabling the setting "Use DHCPv6 Rapid Commit" in my Fritz box and that allowed IPv6 to connect.  Re-enabling and it wont connect. I've left it off for now. Seems to work fine.




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  # 1636833 20-Sep-2016 20:36
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Fritzbox is a 7390 using Fritz!OS 6.52, wonder if something has changed in there as I hadn't had this problem on 6.30.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1636854 20-Sep-2016 20:50
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Benoire:

 

Fritzbox is a 7390 using Fritz!OS 6.52, wonder if something has changed in there as I hadn't had this problem on 6.30.

 

 

Yup. Exactly my scenario.




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  # 1636894 20-Sep-2016 21:48
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So I've disabled the setting as you suggested and IPv6 is back.  @2degreescare there is an issue with the latest fritzbox OS and your IPv6 connection, you might need to look in to this.


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  # 1638154 21-Sep-2016 11:59
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Benoire:

 

So I've disabled the setting as you suggested and IPv6 is back.  @2degreescare there is an issue with the latest fritzbox OS and your IPv6 connection, you might need to look in to this.

 

 

Hi, can you PM us your details with examples so we can look into this. 

 

Thanks

 

^POB


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