May 20, 2019 · Method 1: Disable IPv6 on your network adapter. Click Start, and then click Control Panel. Click Network and Sharing Center. In the View your active networks area, click Local Area Connection, and then click Properties. On the Networking tab, clear the Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) check box, and then click OK.

Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) provides a new Internet layer of the TCP/IP protocol suite that replaces Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and provides many benefits. If you are NOT using IPv6 disable it: The article then gives links to different websites which tell how to disable IPv6. Neither the article nor any of the links, however ESXi Networking - Disable IPv6? - vInfrastructure Blog Aug 04, 2017 Why Do I Have IPv4 and IPv6 Public Addresses Assigned to This is why we need IPv6, and probably why your ISP provides it. Can disabling IPv6 from within Windows on a local host guarantee that only an IPv4 address is used from that computer? Yes, however, this is generally not a good idea. Alternatively, you can disable IPv6 at the router level, which is a bit better, but again this is not a great idea. Disabling IPv6 in Windows Vista -- Pros and cons

Sep 09, 2014 · Disable IPv6 on DCs may suitable for a little specific scenario. For most case, it’s recommended to keep IPv6 enabled on DC. As far as I know, so far there is not official document announcement that it’s better to disable IPv6 on Windows Server 2008 R2. Best Regards, Aiden

Support for IPv6 is enabled by default in most operating systems, and legend has it that disabling it will increase your internet speed. That's not really true, and here's why.

Jan 03, 2018 · Hi Rob, thanks for the prompt reply. I want to disable TCP/IPv6 because it is leaking my IP when I connect to a VPN. I am using VPN Area. But just a few minutes ago, I was running some tests online, and even though the TCP/IPv6 box was checked on my adapter, the online test results could not detect any TCP/IPv6 connectivity, so I may have already solved the problem already.

Jul 26, 2019 · Not sure where exactly this address is coming from. Believe that it is localhost IPv6 address, but don't know why it's there. If I attempt to nslookup for anything with fe80::1 address, I'm getting server not found message. When I disable IPv6 on clients, the IPv6 address goes away from DNS Server configuration and everything works perfectly again. I was reviewing some Microsoft materials related to IPv6 for some presentations I am putting together and ran across some great material by Joseph Davies again that goes over some very specific reasons why it is bad to disable IPv6 on Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 which of course also applies to Windows 7 and Server 2008R2.