Dane? I have a customer on Sonic fiber that really needs IPv6.
This thread is only about Sonic Gigabit Fiber, because the AT&T-resold fiber already had native IPv6 all along, if the AT&T-resold FTTN is any indication. Check your gateway.lenherr wrote:The sonic support sent me to this thread as well, but the last "official" update was from end of June, i.e. 3-4 months ago, so I wanted to ask, are there any updates that could be published on this front?
Also, I'm on sonic fiber in San Jose, i.e. AT&T resale, should I expect a difference in terms of release-date due to that?
EDIT: Small adjustment, the thread linked in the post two above this one has an update from Sept 20th, stating again it'll come "soon"
Sonic's 6RD also works as a temporary workaround, last I tried it. I only keep it turned off because it's a bottleneck. I opt out of Sonic's gateway rental, though.tigertech wrote:I wanted to add my voice to the people asking for native IPv6 support. I use it for work (part of my job is troubleshooting problems on IPv6 websites); I have HE tunnelbroker.net set up as a workaround, but native would be much simpler. If there is any sort of beta testing, I would be glad to participate.