Re: What are your IPv6 results?
I really don't understand this new IPv6 thing.
I'm using Win-XP, with IE-8 and Firefox.
I use a Verizon Air-Card (cellular) for access.
When I run the check I get:
"No problems detected.
You don’t have IPv6, but you shouldn’t have problems on websites that
add IPv6 support."
However, my air-card software (VZAccess Manager) clearly shows that I
have IPv6 up and running.
VZAccess Manager shows two (2) boxes:
Both boxes show what appear to be valid IP numbers, as far as I can
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