I'm using a third party router and ipv6 works fine with it as long as I use openDNS or googleDNS.
Problem is that if I use the automatic DNS option to use the default BT DNS servers I only get 9/10 in the ipv6 test website test-ipv6.com. It says DNS servers don't support ipv6.
If I use openDNS I get 10/10.
Why don't the BT DNS servers support ipv6?
It seems odd that BT would support ipv6 on a network level but not support it in their DNS servers
While I do agree with you because the BT DNS servers cause slow download speeds from the xbox live and PSN stores, there are times when I need to turn parental controls on and I can't do that unless I am using the BT DNS servers.
If you use a good router you can specify black/white lists for each individual device thereby having complete control over who gets to go where. It can be a little bit of work initially but you only need to do it once.
What router are you using?
It's a Netgear Nighthawk R7000.
It does have it's own parental control features but they caused problems that forced me to stop using them.
I can't quite remember what the problems were now although I think it was something to do with xbox live.
Anyway just been looking at the openDNS site. Turns out they have a parental controls feature themselves and I will just have to use those. Obviously wont be as good as a network level one as they could be bypassed but they'll have to do.
Network level parental controls can be bypassed quite simply just by using TorBrowser. So simple that I don't know why people bother with them in the first place.