Can you reach an IPv6 ........!

I have been trying to test if I can reach an IPv6 address but it seems PTCL's network is not IPv6 ready.

At the same time when I look at the old threads (of 2011) on the same topic I can see that alot of people can reach an IPv6 address using PTCL's DSL connectivity.

Can you please suggest if I have to make any changes to the PTCL's DSL CPE ?

Here is what I get :blink: :blink: :blink: :blink: :blink: :blink: :

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Below is a screenshot of my CPE

Hello!

- First you need to make sure whether or not your router supports IPv6 ... if it does not, then, you need to put it in bridge mode and use your PC for PPPoE ... see guides on the web! If it does support IPv6, then, you'll have to check your 'setup' again!

Regards,

Ahmed

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Hello!

- First you need to make sure whether or not your router supports IPv6 ... if it does not, then, you need to put it in bridge mode and use your PC for PPPoE ... see guides on the web! If it does support IPv6, then, you'll have to check your 'setup' again!

Regards,

Ahmed

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Yes I think the one I am using does.

Zyxel P2601HN-F1 (Plz have a look at this link and let me know if I misunderstood something)

How abt you can you reach an IPv6 server.

Would it be possible for you to attach a ping screenshot of ipv6.google.com