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loochy750
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3rd party router that works with ipv6

Hi all 

im looking for advice for a 3rd party router that supports ipv6 without much tinkering need to get away from the homehub i have a separate modem so not tied to built in modem models.   

thanks in advance 

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Re: 3rd party router that works with ipv6

Virtually all the TP Link and ASUS ranges support BTs implementation of IPv6. Not sure if there has been a change of policy, but Netgear originally said they wouldn't be implementing /56 PD so would avoid.

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loochy750
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Re: 3rd party router that works with ipv6

great thanks for the advice i will take a look at those 

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loochy750
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Re: 3rd party router that works with ipv6

out of interests is there a list of fully working routers ? 

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loochy750
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Re: 3rd party router that works with ipv6

would the below work?

Asus RT-AC87U

 

 

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Re: 3rd party router that works with ipv6

The problem is many routers say they support IPv6 but they don't all support BT's implementation of /56 prefix Delegation. You would need to ask ASUS directly if /56 PD is supported on that particular model. As far as I'm aware their later models do but this model is quite old and may not.

Edit: This thread suggests that it does work. The problems the poster had were not because of the router.

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Re: 3rd party router that works with ipv6

Billion 8800NL R2 works fine on BT ipv6. Set up as per their website.

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loochy750
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Re: 3rd party router that works with ipv6

Hi thanks for the reply was looking at billion but the one below that better or worse 

BiPAC 7800NXL
Triple-WAN Wireless-N 3G/4G LTE ADSL2+/Fibre Broadband Router

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