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    Ip6 Settings for MTNL Triband Mumbai

    Region : India

    Model : TD-W8968

    Hardware Version : V2

    Firmware Version :

    ISP : MTNL Triband Mumbai


    I intend to buy TD-W8968 ver2 modem cum wifi router for home use (MTNL Triband Mumbai). I know that this is IP6 compatible. The ISP has given their IP6 settings on their FB page but I am not sure if it will work on this unit so my question before buying. I want to know how to configure IP6 for MTNL. To summarise it. Does this unit have.
    1) Set DHCPIP6 to 'SLACC'
    2) Enable DHCP PD.
    3) Enable RADVD.
    4) Set RADVD to 'Auto'

    The user guide I have with me for this unit is actually for ver 1 (downloaded from their site) which adds to my confusion.
    Last edited by socrates0; 09-08-2013 at 07:57.

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    Hi Socrates,

    I have followed that settings you had specified for configuration of IPV6 Modem. I own a TD-W8968 & the ISP is MTNL.. I would like to tell you that i am unable to configure for the same..

    It always gives me a status of being "Disconnected"



    Quote Originally Posted by socrates0 View Post
    Region : India

    Model : TD-W8968

    Hardware Version : V2

    Firmware Version :

    ISP : MTNL Triband Mumbai


    I intend to buy TD-W8968 ver2 modem cum wifi router for home use (MTNL Triband Mumbai). I know that this is IP6 compatible. The ISP has given their IP6 settings on their FB page but I am not sure if it will work on this unit so my question before buying. I want to know how to configure IP6 for MTNL. To summarise it. Does this unit have.
    1) Set DHCPIP6 to 'SLACC'
    2) Enable DHCP PD.
    3) Enable RADVD.
    4) Set RADVD to 'Auto'

    The user guide I have with me for this unit is actually for ver 1 (downloaded from their site) which adds to my confusion.
    Last edited by Krish_007; 09-09-2013 at 14:50.

  3. #3
    O dear is that so, that raises the question if this model is compatible with MTNL Triband as far as IP6 is concerned. I have even written to their support in India & still awaiting a reply

  4. #4
    I think TD-W8968 can fully meet your demand.

    Please go to Network -> Wan Settings, and check enable IPv6. You can set IPv6 Autoconfiguration Type as SLAAC.
    Please go to Network -> IPv6 LAN settings, and you can set Address Autoconfiguration Type as RADVD, set Site Prefix Configuration Type as delegated.

    After configuring your router like this, it should be working then.

  5. #5
    I think TD-W8968 can fully meet your demand.

    Please go to Network -> Wan Settings, and check enable IPv6. You can set IPv6 Autoconfiguration Type as SLAAC.
    Please go to Network -> IPv6 LAN settings, and you can set Address Autoconfiguration Type as RADVD, set Site Prefix Configuration Type as delegated.

    After configuring your router like this, it should be working then.

  6. #6
    Thanks now only this remains unexplained 'Enable DHCP PD.' point (2) in post #1 because 'Krish_007' tried it out on his unit & he was getting 'Disconnected' status post #2

  7. #7
    Enable DHCP PD
    Here PD means Prefix delegation which is just delegated mode.
    Please go to Network -> IPv6 LAN settings, and you can set Address Autoconfiguration Type as RADVD, set Site Prefix Configuration Type as delegated.
    That's it.

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent View Post
    Enable DHCP PD
    Here PD means Prefix delegation which is just delegated mode.
    Please go to Network -> IPv6 LAN settings, and you can set Address Autoconfiguration Type as RADVD, set Site Prefix Configuration Type as delegated.
    That's it.
    @Vincent Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Krish_007 View Post
    Hi Socrates,

    I have followed that settings you had specified for configuration of IPV6 Modem. I own a TD-W8968 & the ISP is MTNL.. I would like to tell you that i am unable to configure for the same..

    It always gives me a status of being "Disconnected"
    @Krish_007 Can you try this out & let us know Thanks
    Last edited by socrates0; 09-10-2013 at 13:11.

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    Hi Vincent,

    I have tried to do what you have suggested
    • Please go to Network -> Wan Settings, and check enable IPv6. You can set IPv6 Autoconfiguration Type as SLAAC.
    When i configure this above settings & try to save, I get this following error...

    Error 1.jpg
    • Network -> IPv6 LAN settings, and you can set Address Autoconfiguration Type as RADVD, set Site Prefix Configuration Type as delegated.

    These are already set as Default in my router.

    IPV6 Lan Settings.jpg


    Current Settings


    Current Settings.jpg




    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent View Post
    I think TD-W8968 can fully meet your demand.

    Please go to Network -> Wan Settings, and check enable IPv6. You can set IPv6 Autoconfiguration Type as SLAAC.
    Please go to Network -> IPv6 LAN settings, and you can set Address Autoconfiguration Type as RADVD, set Site Prefix Configuration Type as delegated.

    After configuring your router like this, it should be working then.

  10. #10
    O no Sent two mails in the last 1 week & no reply yet. I wonder if they are on an extended holiday !!!!
    Last edited by socrates0; 09-10-2013 at 14:27.

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    i even tried to create a new connection with IPV6 Settings.. Here is the status which it shows.

    IPV6 Status.jpg

  12. #12
    Does any one have a clue why the error message (Error code 6201) in the first screen shot of post #9 occurs?

  13. #13
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