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Hi to all >>>>>>>>>>

Can or is thier a way to pass IPV6 Protocol Data Via an old Netgear Router

( Manuf = ? = Model = ? - $$ )

I Have an Netgear MR814v2 Router

I need to know how to connect and setup IPV6 Protoccol Packets of Data

Routter pases all IPV4 packet data with no problem

I got myself involved in testing and using Protocol 6

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Also Seeking >>>>>>>>>

Routers or Manuf's that do pass or allow the IPV6 protocol

( Manuf is=            Model is=        Firmware Rev. is: )

I have been trying a V6 Tunnel Broker - settings no help --- will not pass ip packet(s)

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Alright... The only thing that I know supports IPv6 routing is DD-WRT running on top of Linksys, Buffalo, and some other select hardware.  Here is the wiki on it.. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/IPv6

As far as consumer level routers being IPv6 capable.. I have NO idea.  My guess is that none of the manufactures have even begun to sell products that support it. 

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