IPv6 on Static IP
KenHShaw
Enthusiast - Level 1

I have just "upgraded" from residential Fios to business in order to get a (single) static IP.

I have a non-Verizon router (FRITZ!Box 4060) and the only changes I made to it were to input the new static IP,  gateway and DNS addresses.

Previously I had IPv6 working fine but now it has disappeared and is "unavailable".  IPv4 works ok.

I am in Leesburg VA.

Does this mean IPv6 is not yet available here for business, or have I done something wrong ? It seems surprising that if it was available for residential with dynamic IPs but not business.

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Re: IPv6 on Static IP
Cang_Household
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IPv6 SLAAC and PD is only available to residential and business dynamic addressing accounts.

Static address-accounts are excluded from IPv6 at this time.

So IPv6 does include business accounts, but not the one you have.

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Re: IPv6 on Static IP
Cang_Household
Community Leader
Community Leader

IPv6 SLAAC and PD is only available to residential and business dynamic addressing accounts.

Static address-accounts are excluded from IPv6 at this time.

So IPv6 does include business accounts, but not the one you have.