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My ISP recommends it but I know you guys are having issues with IPv6 working with QOS. I didnt know if you guys planned on fixing this issue in the near future.

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Hi Durty - do you mean the QoS feature?

 

And do you need to use IPv6?

Considering that IPv4 addresses have run out and most ISP's now are using IPv6 or at least testing it (my isp has used it for several years) IPv6 support in QoS is really essential going forward :)  

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My ISP recommends it but I know you guys are having issues with IPv6 working with QOS. I didnt know if you guys planned on fixing this issue in the near future.

 

It's on our roadmap to do soon. For now please stick to ipv4. There are no downsides to doing this.

 

Considering that IPv4 addresses have run out and most ISP's now are using IPv6 or at least testing it (my isp has used it for several years) IPv6 support in QoS is really essential going forward :)  

 

Agreed, just wanted to know if this was rendering it unusable for OP!

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