tmarsh12345
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I've recently upgraded to FTTP and have digital voice.  I'm looking at getting an IPV6e router, will digital voice still work through a non-BT router?

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No it will not, authentication and the DECT base station are part of the smart hub 2.

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@tmarsh12345 wrote:

 I'm looking at getting an IPV6e router, will digital voice still work through a non-BT router?


The SH2 supports IPv6

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Yes but likely not 6e?

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IPv6e being?

Never heard of it.

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tmarsh12345
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What Is Wi-Fi 6E?

Wi-Fi 6 and previous generations of Wi-Fi use the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio bands. A “Wi-Fi 6E” device is one that is capable of operating on the 6 GHz band, too.

The 6 GHz spectrum should work similarly to WiFi 6 over 5 GHz but offers additional non-overlapping channels. As the Wi-Fi Alliance puts it, Wi-Fi 6E allows for “14 additional 80 MHz channels and 7 additional 160 MHz channels.” These channels wouldn’t overlap with each other, which will help reduce congestion, particularly in areas where lots of networks are operating.

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So absolutely nothing to do with IPv6 at all!!!!

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tmarsh12345
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I'm asking if I can have digital voice if I buy an IPV 6e router.

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No you're not, you're talking about Wifi6, not IPv6 which is something entirely different.

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Sorry, I meant wifi 6e.

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