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My router has an IPV6 serring, how to use?

User_IAE1CUser_IAE1C Posts: 2 Newbie
edited December 2020 in Dyn Community

Hi, this is my first post here, so please excuse any rough edges. My router (Technicolour from Telstra, Australia) has a DynDNS configuration for IPV6. I have IPV4 working okay, but how do I set up the IPV6 with DynDNS? Do I just pop in the same IPV4 credentials or do I need another domain/host name? Thanks.

Paul

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  • RotBlitzRotBlitz Posts: 148 Red Ribbon
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    The only thing which is different from IPv4 is that your hostname (domain) gets also your IPv6 address beside your IPv4 address. So same hostname, same credentials.

    User_IAE1C

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  • RotBlitzRotBlitz Posts: 148 Red Ribbon
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    The only thing which is different from IPv4 is that your hostname (domain) gets also your IPv6 address beside your IPv4 address. So same hostname, same credentials.

    User_IAE1C
  • User_IAE1CUser_IAE1C Posts: 2 Newbie

    Thanks!

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