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Where can I get IPv6?

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  1. contrafool009

    contrafool009 Newbie

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    Ipv6
    Where can I download Ipv6 for Windows XP, or just in general? I"m looking on google and they keep giving me fucking guides.
     
  2. copxxx

    copxxx Registered Member

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    hmm ? ... r u serious ?

    Code:
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=ipv6&btnG=Google+Search&aq=f&oq=
    google it coz it's still your friend :chairshot but if u can not see ag. just wiked it

    Code:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPv6#Major_IPv6_announcements_and_availability
    Thats all you had to do :rolleyes: hey this is BHW so we can help. :tee:
     
  3. turnshoe

    turnshoe Registered Member

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    Not exactly sure if that is what you are looking for, but IPv6 support is easily installed into XP/Vista by going to your Network-connection ("LAN Connection 1" for example), right click it and choose properties, then add a new protocol IPv6 and that´s it.
     
  4. 3kings

    3kings Newbie

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    IPv6 is a standard not a standalone software so you can't install it but you can apply it. We currently run IPv4 generation of Internet Protocol but since there are tons of new internet users plugging in every day addresses (numbers) are slowly running out so they invented a new form of IP address to fill up the gap. It's called IPv6 and it's the next generation network layer.

    IPv4: 245.214.324.154
    IPv6: 2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:370:7334

    To get started with IPv6 you will need at least Windows XP because that's the first version of Windows to have IPv6 support. Fire up your command prompt and type in:

    ipv6 install

    To see what you just installed, type in:

    ipv6 if

    Now you have IPv6 set on your computer but to use it on the internet you will need to plug in to an IPv6 tunnel and you will need a Tunnel Broker for that. Tunnel brokers are set all around the world and they offer IPv6 implementation to end-user. Each one of them has its own requirements and features so it would be best to check some of them out and decide which one to pick on your own. Here's the list:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_IPv6_tunnel_brokers

    Choose your Tunnel Broker and register with it. Download their tunneling software, install it and you should be a proud user of IPv6 protocol. Note that some browsers might not support IPv6, you can visit http://www.kame.net/ to see if you're running IPv6 or not.
     
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    lazysurfer Junior Member

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    But what good will it do for you?