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Posted Jan 26, 2014
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I have a rather strange problem.

When I run "Check Connection", I get:

 

 

Notice the IP test failed, yet I can still connect to websites and download files.  POP Peeper is unable to check my mail tho.

 

I'm running Firefox 27.0 beta on Windows XP Pro w/ SP3. My modem is a Netgear 6200,.

 

When I run "Check Connection", I get:

 

 

Notice the IP test failed, yet I can still connect to websites and download files.  POP Peeper is unable to check my mail tho.

 

I'm running Firefox 27.0 beta on Windows XP Pro w/ SP3. My modem is a Netgear 6200,.

 

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If this is what you're seeing under Details (screnshot below), your modem support IPv6 format and checks for available IPv6 tunnel, but your DSL service doesn't support IPv6, so it fails. This is the information I gathered online, I'm not sure if it's related to POP Peeper issue, but general advice I see is to ignore failed test result.

 

 

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Dmitriy


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If this is what you're seeing under Details (screnshot below), your modem support IPv6 format and checks for available IPv6 tunnel, but your DSL service doesn't support IPv6, so it fails. This is the information I gathered online, I'm not sure if it's related to POP Peeper issue, but general advice I see is to ignore failed test result.

 

 

Thanks,

Dmitriy


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Ok.

 

 

Incidently,  Preferred protocol is set to IPv4 (default).

 

Ok.

 

 

Incidently,  Preferred protocol is set to IPv4 (default).

 

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