IPv6 Connection Feature

Overview of this page

This section explains about: the necessary device for using IPv6 Connection Feature, steps to start using, how to check your connection status, etc.

Please refer to the following pages for details of IPv6 Connection Feature.

Device to prepare

You are required to prepare a computer/router which supports the IPv6 Connection Feature.

For IPv6 (IPoE): Indication of “IPoE supported” in the manual of your router.
For IPv4 over IPv6 (DS-Lite): Routers listed in the following page.

Connection Settings

IPv6 Connection Feature does not require any connection settings.
Depending on the service you use, a procedure to start using (to activate) the feature may be required. Please refer to the following pages for details.

Device Configuration

Typical device configurations for using IPv6 Connection Feature are shown below.

If you are using IPv6 (IPoE) and IPv4 (PPPoE)

If you are using IPv6 (IPoE) and IPv4 over Ipv6 (DS-Lite)

How to check IPv6 Connection Status

To check if you are connected with IPv6, visit the IPv6 Connection Status page.

IPv6 Connection Status page

Follow the below steps to check if you are connected with IPv6.

  1. Visit the page

    Visit the IPv6 Connection Status page.

  2. Show the result

    The connection status shows up by visiting the page.
    If you are connected with IPv6 (IPoE), “You are connected with IPv6.” shows up.

  3. Visit the Details page

    Click “Details” in the result page of IPv6 Connection Status page.

  4. Check connection

    Click the Check connection button in the page.

    • If you are connected with IPv4 (PPPoE) and IPv6 (IPoE):
      The connection status is “Connectable”
    • If you are connected with IPv4 over IPv6 (DS-Lite) and IPv6 (IPoE):
      The connection status is “Connectable (Asahi Net)”

If you cannot connect with IPv6

Device status of rental router (home gateway) when connected with IPv6