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In regards to your question aboout IPV6 this is not standard that is supported yet. IPV6 is s future technology that his been added so that when this becomes a standard your current hardware will work with it.

So if you are having network trouble it should not be related to IPV6. If you can let me know some more about your problem I can see what I can do to address your issue.

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Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface cannot connect or start


If this message is in windows, then it is all driver problems. Try going to the intel website and looking up your motherboard, there should be several drivers in multiple categories to download, or one package, get the newest ones and install them all. Intel Driver Update Utility

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How to turn off IPV6 in Windows 7 and Windows Vista 1. Click on the start...


How to turn off IPV6 in Windows 7 and Windows Vista

1. Click on the start button, then click on Control Panel

2. Once in Control Panel click on Network and Sharing Center

3. Click on Change Adapter Settings, located in the upper left hand corner

4. Next right click on the network connection you want to edit and select properties

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5. Next uncheck the check in the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IP) check box and click OK

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6. Reboot your computer.

After your computer reboots IPV6 will be turned off for the network connection you turned it off in. Note IPV6 is not a standard yet so you should not have trouble with leaving it off. However not some programs have already had IPV6 support added to them so if you have trouble you may want to turn it back on as a part of troubleshooting the issue.

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Hp laserjet P2055dn - print config report indicates IPv6 Address, will not network print. How can I clear this?


IPv6 is upgraded from IPv4 (Internet protocol).. Its implemented in 1994 this adres is stored in DNS, it is no way connection with the printer, when the printer is connected through lan net work, auto IP adress will assign by the DNS server depend up on the settings.. you can change the desire IP adress with the family range. If the printer is not showing IPv6 adress, system administrator can help you in this regards depens upon their permissions. Selected printer IP adress ahould be with in the family range and no IP conflict definately printer will work..

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The ipv6 on my laptop wont connect eventhough the box is checked. how do i get it to work?


You currently only require IP4 to be operational for connection to the internet. IP4 is basically address which consist of four groups of numbers in the range 0 to 255 e.g. 167.232.2.4
IPV6 is to allow more address by adding another two groups e.g. 167.232.2.4.34.45

Failure of IPV6 is not going to prevent access to the internet.

Try deleting or uninstalling the network driver and re-installing it, or updating it.

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When my computer wakes up it sometimes gives me an error that there is an IP address conflict and will not connect to internet. I have 1 oe 2 laptops and 2 direct tv recoders attached.


Hi, Lets we disable your IPV6 to IP V4 only .

Do you know how to disable IPv6 in Windows Vistair?t=homnetwirneta-20&l=ur2&o=1? Do you know it's enabled by default? It's pretty simple actually! As I know some might even want to uninstall IPv6, but you won't be able to do it as this is built-in feature in Vista kernel. Although IPv6 is developed with better security and aimed to overcome the shortage of IPv4 addresses, but there are several reasons why people still wish to disable this feature:

- Totally not going to use this IPv6 feature as it's not that popular yet and don't know how to use it
- Disabling this IPv6 feature can conserve Windows' CPU and memory resources
- Better network performance with disabled IPv6 feature
Somehow there are still some disadvantages for disabling this IPv6 feature: you will not be able to use Windows Meeting Space or any application that relies on the Windows Peer-to-Peer Networking platform or the Teredo transition technology. If you are not going to be affected by those disadvantages, let's proceed to do it:
1) Go to Start and right click on Network and then click Properties.
2) Network and Sharing Center window will appear, after that click Manage network connections.
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3) Network Connections window will appears. Here you can right click on the network card that you wish to disable IPv6 and click Properties.
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4) In the Local Area Connection Properties window, untick Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) and click OK.
Note: This method disables IPv6 on your LAN interfaces and connections, but does not disable IPv6 on tunnel interfaces or the IPv6 loopback interface. You need to make change in Windows registry in order to disable the IPv6 on tunnel interface. You can stop here if don't feel like working with Windows registry. If not, proceed with Step 5.
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5) Type regedit in command prompt in order to launch registry editor.
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6) Registry editor will appear, proceed to locate following registry item:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip6\Parameters\DisabledComponents
Note: If the DisabledComponents item is unavailable, you must create it:
a) In the Edit menu, go to New, and then click DWORD (32-bit) Value.
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b) Type DisabledComponents, and then press ENTER.
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7) Double-click DisabledComponents, set the value as 0xffffffff (hexadecimal value) (just type ffffffff) to disable IPv6 on LAN interfaces, connections, and tunnel interfaces except the IPv6 loopback interface, finally click OK.
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8) You must restart the computer for this registry value to take effect.

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What is ... '' Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface , something to do with IPv6 as part of networking ??


Teredo is an IPv6 transition technology that provides address assignment and host-to-host automatic tunneling for unicast IPv6 traffic when IPv6/IPv4 hosts are located behind one or multiple IPv4 network address translators (NATs). To traverse IPv4 NATs, IPv6 packets are sent as IPv4-based User Datagram Protocol (UDP) messages. This article provides an overview of Teredo—including Teredo addresses and packet structures—and detailed explanations of how communication is initiated between Teredo clients, Teredo host-specific relays, and IPv6-only hosts using the IPv4 Internet, the IPv6 Internet, Teredo servers, and Teredo relays.
more at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/cc917486.aspx

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IPV6 connection says limited when it should say local?


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