I'm really confused that the prices in the US are so high... here in
Germany we get 100 Mbit/s down and 6 Mbit/s up for about 40 € per month,
and I thought the US would be similar...
webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote on 2013-01-14 18:36:
As for IPv6, well I really wonder when we will have it locally.
Actually, I have not found any affordable routers that advertise that
they can deal with IPv6. Under $75 or so is affordable to some, but I
have not seen any under $400 so far, the last time I bought a router [a
month or so ago]. So if you cannot get the equipment for your
home/office for IPv6, then there is no real need for the service
providers to provide the IPv6 service, correct?
I can recommend an OpenWRT or DD-WRT router for that. They often have
IPv6 tunnelling integrated.
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