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Started by broquea, December 09, 2008, 04:51:58 PM
Quote from: bassin on March 23, 2010, 08:39:00 PMBroquea, you are right, my dir-615 ip address is provided by my adsl modem, but that ip is 10.1.1.2 so I think I understand where the wrong configuration is, I must use the ip that the modem assigns to the router not the local network ipv4 address. I will try it and check the Nat of the modem. ;D ;DI will post the results thanks for the help
Quote from: broquea on December 09, 2008, 09:40:54 PMSo the DIR-615-SWs at Fry's were all rev B2Look for the not "SW" model just the DIR-615, all the ones there were all opened, and returned, they had nothing wrong with the 2 I bought.The revision is on the bottom of the box with the S/N etc.
Quote from: ericisshortAre the DIR-615-SW's not the same hardware as the DIR-615? I have an SW that has hardware ver C1, so I think DD-WRT will work on it. But just to make sure, I googled it, and this is the only place on the internet that might lead me to think otherwise.
Quote from: bassin on March 23, 2010, 06:30:10 PMGuys,I'm new to ipv6, and I'm triing to set up my first home tunnel, first I updated my dir-615 firmware to version 3.11NA, then I followed all the posts I finded in the forrum but without sucess my configuration is this one:Server IPv4 address: 126.96.36.199Server IPv6 address: 2001:470:7:5c6::1/64Client IPv4 address: 189.xxx.xxx.21Client IPv6 address: 2001:470:7:5c6::2/64 inside dlink ipv6 setup I did the configuration in the picture attached, I'm using windows seven with an wireless adapter, in the details page I can see the ipv6 ip and the gateway that is the same as the Server IPv6 address, the dns I had to setup it manualy and used the one provided by tunnelbroker. when I trie to access the internet windows report that there is no connection and when I ping some ipv6 adress inside the router I can do it.Any advice? I'm almost giving up...
Quote from: broquea on May 01, 2011, 02:45:32 PMPretty sure :1f1e: isn't your routed /64