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Netgear WNDR3400 does not support ipv6.

Posted on May 30, 2011

  • Darryl Baker
    Darryl Baker Aug 20, 2011

    But according the the Netgear web site with the latest firmware it is supposed to.
    http://support.netgear.com/app/answers/d...

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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
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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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5) Type regedit in command prompt in order to launch registry editor.
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Ipv6 no connection


thomasrob184

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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