Have a Windows 7 machine. I have an ipv4 address and an ipv6 address. The ipv4 address can see any machine on the local (class c) subnet just fine as well as machines on other Intranet subnets and on the outside Internet.
However the ipv6 can only see machines on the local subnet. It cannot see machines on other subnets or on the Internet. ipv6 is not going through.
I set up a CentOS Linux box with the exact same settings (IP, gateway, DNS etc...) and it could see other subnets and the Internet just fine, ipv4 or v6. So it's not a firewall issue or problem with the gateway etc... It's the Windows
I have disabled the Windows firewall, but that did not help (and it doesn't see to be locking anything related anyway)
Any ideas on where to look? What settings to look at?
- John Connor
More info - put up a Windows 2008 server. At first it worked, then about 2 minutes later it blocked all ipv6 sites outside the subnet. Here when I turn off the Windows Firewall it starts working. Turn it back on and it works for 2 minutes
then starts blocking. What the heck is going on!!!!
Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.