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Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter Driver


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#1 Freespirit71

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 11:22 AM

Recently found a hacker program on my PC causing all kinds of trouble. Called Iminent. So far have been able to get rid of it but now I seem to have lost the above program - teredo tunneling adapter and cannot find a way to re-install it. Have looked at Microsoft but instructions are so confusing and I am not an IT wizard. Where can I find the driver for this adapter and how do I download it? thanks for any help you can provide.


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Posted 23 February 2014 - 12:21 PM

Without getting to technical. Teredro tunneling adapter protocol. Is the ability to do ipv6 tunneling over ipv4. It usually is installed by default, but since you had issues you probably reinstalled your nic card and ipv6 wasn't installed. So you go to start, run & type in ncpa.cpl hit enter. This brings up your nic card adapters. If you have both a regualr wired nic and a wifi nic then you need to select which one you're using. Right click the adapter and to go to properties. The list is made up of client/service/protocol.

 

After pressing the install button you can select which type to install client/service/protocol In your case you want a protocol. After choosing protcol another list opens and you should see IPv6 in there. You select it and press ok/apply. If nothing is listed then you need to download the right driver for your pc.

 

Typically by default this is what you would see for a regular wired nic card after opening properties....

 

(client)

Client For Microsoft

 

(service)

PC Network Filter Driver

RRnetcap Driver

QOS Packet Scheduler

File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks

 

(Protocols)

Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)

Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)

Link-Layer Topology Discovery Mapper I/O Driver

Link-Layer Topology Discovery Responder



#3 Freespirit71

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 06:19 PM

I tried this and the only thing that came up was my network connection. When I right click it just gives me information on the network itself. No place to check drivers or to update drivers. Only current configuration. What else can I do. Would that info be on the Dell drivers and utilities disk that came with the PC? Or the Windows 7 disk? thanks for your help. I am having all kinds of problems here.



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Posted 24 February 2014 - 09:38 PM

I tried this and the only thing that came up was my network connection. When I right click it just gives me information on the network itself. No place to check drivers or to update drivers. Only current configuration. What else can I do. Would that info be on the Dell drivers and utilities disk that came with the PC? Or the Windows 7 disk? thanks for your help. I am having all kinds of problems here.

Most drivers on them cd's are outdated. If you have no problem getting on the net then it's best to go to the Dell website and download them from there. What do you have listed after right clicking the nic and going to properties?



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Posted 26 February 2014 - 01:48 PM

I tried that as well - went to Dell website and had similar problems so......I just deleted the entire tunneling program. Then I changed browsers and search engines and so far everything is working great except for this stupid line in my test. What's up with that!!!  Thanks anyway!!!!!






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