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It's something all ISP's are going to be using moving forward.What's the difference with IPV6 and where do I enable it?
Cool. Thanks for the info. I'm using a second router so I'll check that out.All Vuma Reach clients has had IPv6 enabled on an ONT level with provision.
If you connect to the ONT then you have ipv6 working already.
If you use a second router you would need to enable ipv6 pass through or change the second router to extender mode for IPv6 to work.
I can recommend the gear you need might be able to source the equipment as well with the few friends I made from Scoop and Linqage. But installation is passed my days nowHi Guys, i am looking for someone to a basic setup for my home in Phoenix, a switch, wifi access points etc. Can you recommend? I don't mind buying all equipment, just need someone to advise and install.
Vuma reach only has 40mbps max. I dont think Reach has any clawback clauses.Hi there, I like to get one of the fibre deals but I'm looking for higher speeds than 40mbs. Currently on telkom ADSL. Does anyone know if the month-to-month fiber contracts have a 12 month claw-back?