Mozilla Adds Support for Internet Protocol Version 6 on Windows

Saturday September 13th, 2003

Mathew McBride writes: "People who wish to use something other than IE on Windows for IPv6 surfing can now use Mozilla. Bug 175340 has been marked RESOLVED FIXED. For people on Win2k/XP/2003 who don't have IPv6 installed, open a command prompt and run ipv6 install. You will also need to install the loopback adapter if you don't have a connected network interface." Microsoft's website has a section about Internet Protocol Version 6 with information and downloads.

#15 A Clarification

by tseelee

Sunday September 14th, 2003 8:09 AM

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Alright, I think I've got a more concrete question. Is there any benefit -- in terms of speed, reliability, etc. -- for the "average" web user to enable IPv6 in WinXP and get the new mozilla nightlies today? Are there downsides (immaturity of products, etc.)?