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#1 hansb1

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Posted 21 August 2017 - 06:50 AM

if you have a modem/router from a provider and you use your own router as acces point + use of it's internal switch:

what it your router is an ipv4 router and you want to  use ipv6 via de router of the provider: does your own access point (of your own ipv4 router) allow the transfer of the ipv6 packets of the internet?

 

i use my own router as acces point by connecting the connection of my provider router to a lan port of my switch of my own router.



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#2 hansb1

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Posted 21 August 2017 - 08:17 AM

naar het schijnt zou ipv6 door het access point van de ipv4 router moeten werken: de router functie van de ipv4 router wordt niet gebruikt.

Immers omdat access point een level 2 verbinding is

ook als ik de ipv4 router in bridge mode zet zou het moeten werken met ipv6



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Posted 21 August 2017 - 08:25 AM

sorry for my language.

it seems it should work as ipv6 through the access point of the ipv4 router: the router function is not used.

Because the access point is a level 2 connection.

Also if i set the ipv4 router in bridge mode it should work with ipv6.






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