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How to enable/disable IPV6 on 5268AC modem

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How to enable/disable IPV6 on 5268AC modem

How do you enable/disable IPV6 on a 5268AC modem? Where is the setting in the U-Verse Advanced Device Configurations: 

http://192.168.1.254/

 

Thanks.

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‎08-07-2016 4:46 PM

Re: How to enable/disable IPV6 on 5268AC modem

Once you have accessed the gateway (192.168.1.254).... Depress the WIFI selection in upper left area of page.

 

Once taken to WiFi section, the last item on top right should be IPv6, depress

 

Next screen shows Enabled, highlight and select disable

 

Select SAVE , should ask for the Device Access Code found on Label of gateway.

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Re: How to enable/disable IPV6 on 5268AC modem

Thank you.  Much appreciated.

 

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Does IPv6 work for you?  Does it test here:  http://test-ipv6.com/ Ok?  Mine doesn't but let me know if yours does.  Thanks!

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Yes, I just ordered a new replacement modem from AT&T , I just got it, no problem, the modem already came in with the IPv6 feature already enabled by default.

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Re: How to enable/disable IPV6 on 5268AC modem

My working solution, hope it helps:

1) Access to router from web browser: http://192.168.1.254

2) Login with your access code

3) Go to Home Network tab then select IPV6 then turn it off or disable it

4) If you are using IPTV, turn off HPNA networking

5) Select Configure, set all ethernet ports with 100Mb full duplex

6) SAVE

 

Restart the router by removing power cord for at least 10 seconds then plug it back.

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