How to enable / disable IPv6 to troubleshoot internet connectivity issues: - Are you tired of internet connectivity problems? Well, it might be due to your internet protocol version. It was initially IPv4 only, but will soon be out of stock as its range is limited. So IPv6 is currently in use but this causes a lot of internet connectivity issues as it is not stable yet and is not compatible with many of the networks. So, if you are having internet connectivity issues, you can try disabling IPv6 for your network adapters to see if this solves your problem. Read on to find out how to enable IPv6 for network adapters in just a few steps.
How to disable IPv6 for a selected network adapter
- print Win + R keys together to open the file run the dialog box. When it opens, type ncpa.cpl and press the Enter key.
- This lists the network adapters for you. Right-click on the network card you are using to click on it Property.
- Now under the Networking tab, uncheck the box corresponding to the option Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP / IPv6). When finished, press the button ok button. If in doubt, refer to the following screen.
How to disable IPv6 for all network adapters
- Open run dialog box by pressing WIN + R keys together. When it opens, type regedit and hit enter.
- It's his Disabled components the entry is not in the right pane of the file Parameters input, highlight Parameters by clicking on it. Now click on the file change tab at the top, then up New and then in Valore DWORD (32 bit).
- Then double click on the file Disabled components enrty to edit your Valuable data. Disable IPv6 for all network adapters, set this value 0ffffffff. Or if you don't want to to enable later, then create this value 0. That is. Hit ok once you are done.
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