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My ISP recently changed to IPv6 which made my port forwarding through 2 routers not working anymore.

My internal router only supports IPv4 afaik. Is there a way to still forward ports through these 2 routers: enter image description here

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  • Checked with your ISP about port forwarding instructions? – Xen2050 Dec 20 '14 at 14:14
  • Is DHCP on the second router turned off? Be best for you to post the make/model of BOTH routers to get the best advice. – Tyson Dec 20 '14 at 14:21
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Given new routers go for as little as $20, and the last new one I bought in that price range (B/G/N wifi plus four wire ports and separate uplink) supports IPv6, if you confirm your existing home router doesn't support the new standard, the best course might be to just buy a new one.

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