03-31-2012 11:50 PM
I did a search for ipv6 modems & ipv6 emta & got no hits.
My ARRIS TM 602G is not listed as ipv6 capable in at the mydeviceinfo site; at least it didn't have a check mark on the ipv6 column.
If Comcast is rolling out ipv6 then there should also be a rollout of modems & eMTAs; did see something about problems with the Netgear tho.
Are the users supposed to contact Comcast for new modems/eMTAs that have ipv6 capabilities? It appears that Comcast is going full bore with ipv6 & without a modem capable to do ipv6......
Asking because I haven't seen anything about new eMTAs or could we just limp along thru the Comcast tunneling efforts or something?
04-01-2012 10:10 PM
Does this mean that those without DOCSIS 3 modems can still continue to do ipv4 indefinitely?
I don't need the extra speed capability of the DOCSIS 3; however, should I just call to have my eMTA swapped out for a DOCSIS 3 to be able to use ip6?
Is Comcast expecting all subscribers to do ip6 & the "migration" would be like going from analog TV to digital?
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