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jeremyg237

R7000 and Netduma

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My current config is: ISP>Cable Modem>R7000(Nighthawk)>Netduma>XBOX. I also want to keep it this way, mostly because of the parental controls etc on the Nighthawk. My question is why am I getting IPv6 on Nighthawk and IPv4 on XBOX(Netduma). What settings should I use to get IPv6. Also Netduma is in the DMZ and IPv6 is on in Netduma settings. Any help with this would be appreciated.

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My current config is: ISP>Cable Modem>R7000(Nighthawk)>Netduma>XBOX. I also want to keep it this way, mostly because of the parental controls etc on the Nighthawk. My question is why am I getting IPv6 on Nighthawk and IPv4 on XBOX(Netduma). What settings should I use to get IPv6. Also Netduma is in the DMZ and IPv6 is on in Netduma settings. Any help with this would be appreciated.

 

You could swap the routers around and still get the parental controls to work as long as the nighthawk was in router mode.

 

Then open up all ports by doing this:

 

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This would allow your xbox to get ipv6 addresses from the Netduma (which is completely useless anyway so I don't know why you want to do that) and still have the nighthawk for wifi and parental controls. It will assign it a different IP. So if your Netduma is default at 192.168.88.1 then the Nighthawk will go to 10.0.0.1 as to not interfere with each other.

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My current config is: ISP>Cable Modem>R7000(Nighthawk)>Netduma>XBOX. I also want to keep it this way, mostly because of the parental controls etc on the Nighthawk. My question is why am I getting IPv6 on Nighthawk and IPv4 on XBOX(Netduma). What settings should I use to get IPv6. Also Netduma is in the DMZ and IPv6 is on in Netduma settings. Any help with this would be appreciated.

 

Hi, welcome to the forum! The advice above is great, let us know if it works for you.

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