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    Exclamation IPv6 Compatible

    Please vote on this bugzilla bug for this feature (IPv6) to be added as soon as possible.

    http://bugzilla.untangle.com/show_bug.cgi?id=4016

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    It's on the radar for v10. What is the rush. Am I missing something? Most ISPs aren't worried yet. Some like att aren't even testing anything according to some articles.

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    I would like to see it become available in the near future, as we will be starting some testing, and currently we have slated to have to introduce another product to allow this. We use Comcast and they are in the forefront on ipv6 connectivity from an ISP standpoint.

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    Its on the roadmap for 10.x
    It will be phased support though, and we will release a document describing the phases and their estimated timing.

    If you need it now you can deploy untangle in bridge mode and it will pass through fine.
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    Thanks for the info, so based on normal deployment, that is about 12mos or so out?

    Good info about setting up bridge mode.

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    based on past release history I would say closer to 24months to hit ver10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdessert View Post
    based on past release history I would say closer to 24months to hit ver10.
    You would be very incorrect... but I promised to keep my yap shut so I'll not say any more.
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    June 8, 2011 (THIS YEAR) is supposed to be the big IPV6 trials day for government agencies and back-haulers. Even Comcast is participating! Speaking of Comcast... They have a website that has some good up-to-date information: http://www.comcast6.net
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    June 8th is world IPv6 day where big Internet sites will be providing AAAA records for their services. This means that systems that prefer IPv6 (almost all the new OSes) will use IPv6 to connect to those services instead of IPv4.

    More non-vendor biased info here: http://isoc.org/wp/worldipv6day/
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