Observer

No IPv6

Hi

 

So i'm running the SB6183 with D30CM-OSPREY-1.5.2.3-GA-01-NOSH installed which is the up to date iPv6 compatible firmware according to TWC's help page.

 

My modem is an Archer C5 and under the IPv6 status its giving me an address etc.

 

IPv6 Address: 2605:e000:9fc0:4c:14e5:18bc:e65e:e86f/63

IPv6 Default Gateway: fe88::201:5cff:fe66:c43


But when I go to IPv6 Test.com, i fail the IPv6 test. 

Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? Looks like everything is setup correctly, but for some reason, it's not quite working correctly..

 

Thanks

 

 

8 REPLIES
Spectrum Employee

Re: No IPv6

Is the entire test failing or just parts of it?

 

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Observer

Re: No IPv6

Hi - Thanks for replying  - I get 3 out of 20 : (

 

thxs

 

 

Observer

Re: No IPv6

Anyone>??

Spectrum Employee

Re: No IPv6

It looks like the modem has been online for about 42 days.  Could you please power cycle that and your internal networking equipment and let us know if that should persist?

 

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Observer

Re: No IPv6

Just power cycled everything and no change.

 

What next?

Spectrum Employee

Re: No IPv6

Are you able to directly connect a single computer to the modem via Ethernet and see if the same issues arise via that IPv6 test?

 

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Seasoned Contributor

Re: No IPv6

theres no ipv6 here in texas either

Seasoned Contributor

Re: No IPv6


 

My modem is an Archer C5 and under the IPv6 status its giving me an address etc.

 

IPv6 Address: 2605:e000:.../63


That's not right.  If that's the address of the external interface it should be /128 and if it's the internal it should be /56 or /64.