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It works! Last time I tried rebooting the modem it didn't get an IPv6 address, but yesterday (Jan 6, 2015) it did.
All is working as expected now. Happy 2015.
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I run the IPv6 program for Comcast. I can tell you that we launched full IPv6 suppot for the SMC D3G CCR. If you are in router mode your router will be assigned a /128 IPv6 address and a /56 delegated prefix by default. The best way to verify is to do the following:
* Reboot your SMC
* Connected an IPv6 enabled computer to the SMC
* Visit http://test-ipv6.comcast.net
An IPv6 should appear on the page, if not then feel free to contact me offline.
I've been trying to figure out how, or when I can get IPv6 on my business Internet account. This is important to me because I am in the software/website hosting business and my clients are starting to see native IPv6 connections on their devices.
My modem is the SMC D3G-CCR which appears to be capable of IPv6. Several forum messages say that IPv6 should be available to me, but my modem does not have/get an IPv6 address.
Also, this official Comcast resource hasn't been working in about six months: http://www.comcast6.net/index.php/8-ipv6-trial-news-and-information/108-want-to-know-if-comcast-ipv6...
How do I get IPv6,if it's really available here and, if not, where can I get up-to-date information?
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