How do I find out what my modem’s IPv6 Address is?

I am using [Model Name: DNA-A201BEI] modem And my service provider is BSNL-India ltd.

5 Answers

  • The model you mentioned is a router/modem combo with Ethernet and USB connectors for your PC but no wireless capabilities (you probably already know this). Like most other home-based routers you can log into it with a web browser and find any information you want by clicking through the menu system. Here is a step-by-step:

    Open Internet Explorer or other browser, and put in address bar of browser and hit enter. This will take you to the log in prompt. Put the user name and password:

    - User Name: admin

    - Password: admin

    After the router logs you in, the "home" page will show all your IP info for LAN and WAN. If it only shows an IPv4 address then you are not using IPv6.

    You will notice, however, that there is a link on the left side, under Advanced Setup, for IPv6 configuration. Click on that to further explore your IPv6 options.

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  • Modem's don't have IP addresses: computers and routers do. Are you sure you even HAVE an IPv6 address and that your router is IPv6 enabled - those are not true for a lot of ISPs and a lot of domestic grade broadband equipment.

  • Go to>>Control PanelNetwork and InternetNetwork Connections

    right click on your modem adapter, then properties>> Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)


    simply run cmd then write 'ping' & hit enter

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