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IPv6 and Xbox One


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Microsoft recommends it on Xbox One(if able to get IPv6).  Just a little bit of info for those that didn't know like myself.  They say it creates a better multiplayer experience.  Just recently have I went back to Xbox One.  

 

http://support.xbox....pv6-on-xbox-one


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Microsoft recommends it on Xbox One(if able to get IPv6).  Just a little bit of info for those that didn't know like myself.  They say it creates a better multiplayer experience.  Just recently have I went back to Xbox One.  

 

http://support.xbox....pv6-on-xbox-one

 

They also made "Game Mode" on windows 10 which was suppose to boost your games performance... Instead it makes it worse, so I trust very little MS tells me is good for me lol


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They also made "Game Mode" on windows 10 which was suppose to boost your games performance... Instead it makes it worse, so I trust very little MS tells me is good for me lol

dam.   I'm testing now to see if it makes any difference.  One thing for sure though, my NAT is open versus moderate when in IPv6 on the network settings page  


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dam.   I'm testing now to see if it makes any difference.  One thing for sure though, my NAT is open versus moderate when in IPv6 on the network settings page  

 

I've never had IPv6 enabled and I never had a nat issue before... But I only use a modem, not an all in one pos. IPv6 never made a difference to me either. In fact, before I had a Netduma it broke my Asus router. Which is why it was off.


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I have it enabled. To be honest it's a good gauge when I see it not active in my network settings. Thats when know I need to reboot my stuff. I've always port forwarded though too.

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If you do not have any NAT issue's with IPv4 then there would be no difference using IPv6.



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Microsoft recommends it on Xbox One(if able to get IPv6).  Just a little bit of info for those that didn't know like myself.  They say it creates a better multiplayer experience.  Just recently have I went back to Xbox One.  

 

http://support.xbox....pv6-on-xbox-one

 

You must understand that entire career paths have been created (desktop support, technical support analysts) because Microsoft and their windows operating systems are sub par.  I wouldn't trust their word because I've seen what little testing goes into their patches and I spend most of my work day fixing their issues.  Do your own testing and come up with a solution that works for you then share your knowledge with the community.  :)






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