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Now on Rogers ipv6....remote access?

biggyk

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Iv noticed im on ipv6 know but some sites also show me a ipv4 address. I tried using the ipv4 address for remote desktop but it doesnt work, using standard port 3389 btw. Am I stuck with using only ipv6 address now? I know some services I use do not support ipv6 yet such as noip.
 

JD

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I believe you can disable IPv6 in the modem? I'm not quite sure how Rogers implemented it, but I guess they only give you a public IPv6 address and probably tunnel it to IPv4 and share that tunnel with multiple customers, so you don't have your own unique IPv4 address.
 

biggyk

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I believe you can disable IPv6 in the modem? I'm not quite sure how Rogers implemented it, but I guess they only give you a public IPv6 address and probably tunnel it to IPv4 and share that tunnel with multiple customers, so you don't have your own unique IPv4 address.
I believe they disabled the tunnel in May from what I have been reading.
 
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