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I have a HSPA broadband modem that supports IPV6. Can I use Ubuntu Network Manager to connect using this modem with IPV6.

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Why don't you just try it? :) If you don't have an installed Ubuntu, you can always use a live version of it. –  KovBal Jun 16 '11 at 14:39
    
I did try. But I cannot connect. It does not prompt an error message either. And I cannot find any option to configure as IPV6. –  Indika K Jun 17 '11 at 12:03

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This is a question to ask your ISP. Just because the modem supports IPv6 doesn't mean that your ISP will give you an IPv6 address.

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My ISP supports IPV6 and has given me a separate APN also. The problem is I cannot connect with that APN with Ubuntu 10.04. –  Indika K Jun 17 '11 at 12:02

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