Here's what you get when your connection is set up for IPv6:
For customers with plans that are eligible for unmetered data, data consumed over IPv4 or (from late 2015) IPv6, won't count toward metered quota.
IPv6 can be enabled via My Internode:
If you need assistance configuring your modem/router, please refer to our IPv6 Support Guides for full information.
IPv6 can be disabled via My Internode:
Firefox users can use the ShowIP extension, which displays IPv6 and IPv4 addresses:
IPv6 access is available to all Internode ADSL, NBN, FTTP, FTTN, FTTB, and Fixed-Wireless customers.
Corporate Ethernet and Fibre customers can obtain IPv6 connectivity by contacting Sales.
Yes. Reverse DNS delegation can be set up via My Internode:
Your IPv6 Access Device/router should assign /64 subnets to its interfaces after it obtains a DHCPv6 PD lease. It should then offer the prefix to your hosts via IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration. In more complicated set-ups, you may choose to use DHCPv6 as well.
All routers currently sold by Internode support IPv6 'out of the box'. We also work with other routers that support IPv6, of course, although any technical support is offered on a 'best effort' basis - you may need to contact your router's manufacturer for assistance.
Here is a summary of the feedback we have received for Access Devices with some IPv6 features:
|Full IPv6 support
use PPPoE - not PPPoA - and just tick the IPv6 box!
IPv6 Configuration Guide for FRITZ!Box
|Billion 7800NL||Firmware: v2.02b1 or later
IPv6 Configuration Guide for Billion 7800NL
|Billion 7800N||Firmware: 1.06b-6 or later
IPv6 Configuration Guide for Billion 7800N
|IPv6 Configuration Guide for Billion 7400 series|
|Billion 6404VGP-R3||IPv6 Configuration Guide for Billion 6404VGP-R3|
|NetComm NP805N||IPv6 Configuration Guide for NetComm NP805N|
|NetComm NB604N-02||IPv6 Configuration Guide for NetComm NB604N-02|
Any technical support for the below routers is offered on a 'best effort' basis - you may need to contact your router's manufacturer for assistance.
|Cisco||IOS 12.4+ - Config Examples|
|D-Link DIR-825||No ADSL, DHCPv6 doesn't work via PPPoE|
|Linksys WRVS4400N||No ADSL, DHCPv6 doesn't work via PPPoE|
|Open-WRT Router||Download IPv6 Software|
IPv6 access is also possible by placing an ADSL access device into 'Bridge Mode' and using IPv6 over PPPoE directly on a personal computer.
IPv6 PPPoE support is available in current versions of Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, and most versions of Linux.
NOTE: direct Internet access using a 'bridging' access device combined with PPPoE on a personal computer bypasses any security/firewall features of your ADSL access device, and should only be done if you are comfortable that the security and firewall settings on your personal computer are appropriate for this access method.