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Asus RT-ACRH13 and Charter IPV6

WilliamM2

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Anyone have issues getting IPV6 to work with Asus routers? If I connect my computer directly to the cable modem, I get an IPV6 address, and can pass all IPV6 tests on the internet. So it appears I have native IPV6 from Charter.

But I can not get IPV6 to work through the router at all, no matter what settings I try. Wondering if anyone has an Asus RT-ACRH13 and have been able to get this to work with Charter.

This router is not supported by Merlin firmware, or I would try that. I could swear it was working when I got the router a little over a month ago. I have updated to the latest firmware since then, maybe that broke it?
 

JackMDS

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But I can not get IPV6 to work through the router at all, no matter what settings I try. Wondering if anyone has an Asus RT-ACRH13 and have been able to get this to work with Charter.
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Are you referring to LAN WAN or both?

If it is LAN, then make sure that Windows is correctly set to work with Workgroup (IPv6) including the Sharing settings.

If it is the Internet, you should thT IPV6 is Not so prevalent on the Internet in most case it is set bu Sites that a reason to use it and so much as a general service.

As for the Router - http://setuprouter.com/router/asus/rt-arch13/ipv6-85276-large.htm


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WilliamM2

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Are you referring to LAN WAN or both?

If it is LAN, then make sure that Windows is correctly set to work with Workgroup (IPv6) including the Sharing settings.

If it is the Internet, you should thT IPV6 is Not so prevalent on the Internet in most case it is set bu Sites that a reason to use it and so much as a general service.

As for the Router - http://setuprouter.com/router/asus/rt-arch13/ipv6-85276-large.htm


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I'm referring to both WAN and LAN. Both my laptop and desktop have IPV6 connectivity if connected directly to the cable modem, so I don't think it's a windows issue.

The router is not set to disable, it is currently set like this:

https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/113990/

That is the setup for native IPV6. I've also tried tunneling 6 to 4, 4rd, etc. Can't get any of them to work.
 

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