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'AVM partners with Freenet to make Fritz!Box IPv6 enabled'
[February 20, 2009]

'AVM partners with Freenet to make Fritz!Box IPv6 enabled'


(DMeurope Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) German broadband end-user equipment developer AVM, partnering with the technical department of the German ISP Freenet, has made its DSL modem line Fritz!Box compatible with the IPv6 Internet protocol. IPv6 will also be available for standard DSL connectivity in the future. To achieve this, AVM will use the 6to4 tunnelling technique to allow transport of IPv6 traffic using IPv4 addresses. AVM is placing a premium on transparency in implementation and has incorporated extensive technical documentation (RFC) for IPv6 to this end. AVM will make firmware with IPv6 available for downloading for its frontrunner model, the Fritz!Box Fon WLAN 7270 during this year's CeBIT.



(Distributed for DMeurope.com via M2 Communications Ltd (www.m2.com)) Copyright ? 2009 M2 Communications Ltd.

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