How To Do Xfinity Ipv6 Router Settings?
Configure your Xfinity Ipv6 router settings, and the IPv6 is the latest version of IP (Internet Protocol). It is a protocol that allows communication and data transfer over a network. IPv6 was introduced in 1998, and it was meant to replace IPv4.
Before you go to the router settings, please consider the following conditions:
To set up Xfinity Ipv6 router settings, you first need to complete the necessary physical connections as given below.
- Internet port of your router to your modem using an Ethernet cable.
Make sure that your modem is connected to the internet cable from your ISP.
Now connect your computer to your router using another Ethernet cable.
- Xfinity Ipv6 router settings, router and computer one-by-one.
Turn on your modem and configure
Once you have finished all the physical connections, continue with the following instructions to perform the settings: (Note: These steps might vary depending on the router model you use. The steps given here are for TP-Link routers)
- Xfinity Ipv6 router settings on your computer, open the default web browser.
After configure the
Navigate to the web-based management page of your router using the IP address of your router. In the login page, make sure to type the correct username and password of your router.
From the menu on your left, select the IPv6 option.
Now, ensure that the IPv6 toggle switch has been turned on. For the Internet Connection Type, choose the Dynamic IP option.
You have to go to the advanced options now.
For the Get IPv6 Address field, select the Auto option.
Now, confirm that the Prefix Delegation option is enabled.
- Xfinity Ipv6 router settings.
Finally, you need to click the Save button to save the