Not yet. We're still working on some vendor interop issues before roll-out.chrisbuxton wrote:Does Sonic support IPv6 addressing for fiber customers? I see that it's supported for ADSL Fusion customers, but I have a residential fiber connection from Sonic. The tool in the members area says it only works for Fusion.
Nope, no IPv6 yet on fiber. It's coming. But if you're in a region with fiber, don't let that hold you up, the product is amazing, and you should switch over asap.abhi.kris wrote:How about now? I've just asked to be upgraded to Fiber. Is that IPv6 now?
On a personal note - I game all the type at home and don't notice any performance increase between using IPv6 as compared to IPv4. That being said, if you want to skip NAT, you can just LAN subport one of the Ethernet ports on your router and connect your Xbox via Ethernet. This will give it a direct IP address instead of the router providing a local one. Keep in mind that this also goes around the router's firewall, so network responsibly.carol.fager-higgins wrote:Hello! Just got fiber yesterday and noticed no support for IPv6. I mainly switched for gaming purposes. According to Xbox, "the expansion removes the need for Network Address Translation (NAT), which can interfere with multiplayer gaming and chat over IPv4 networks." And I have issues with moderate NAT type which affects gaming. So...is there an ETA when Sonic will have this functionality available? Gamers wanna know
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