Apr 24, 2012

How To Disable IPv6 On Windows 7 - InformationWeek If you're running Windows 7 in a networked environment, by default you have an auto-configured IPv6 connection to your network. IPv6 is the next-generation addressing system planned for the Internet, necessary because the current addressing scheme, IPv4, has run out of addresses. Cisco ASA Split-DNS With Some IPv6 Clients Not Working The last post from Fabian L did the trick. This issue for me was that Split-DNS was working, but using IPv6 for doing lookups for IPv6 hosts outside the tunnel. Anyconnect was simply dropping those packets instead of splitting them out because IPv6 was not enabled in the Anyconnect client. I added IPv6 split tunneling using a bogus IPv6 IP block. IPv4/IPv6 Nightmare (No Internet Access) (Teredo) - Windows 7 Apr 18, 2017 No Internet Connectivity (ipv4/ipv6) - Windows 7 Help Forums

No IPv6 DNS (Stateless-DHCP) since Windows 10 Anniversary

No IPv6 DNS (Stateless-DHCP) since Windows 10 Anniversary Dec 14, 2019

Oct 12, 2014

IPv6 Connectivity: No Internet access In this method we show how to disable the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) and force the Windows operating system to use Internet Protocol version 4 (Ipv4). This might solve the problem and allow your computer to access the internet (if unable to using the IPv6 protocol). IPV6 NO INTERNET ACCESS! (FIXED) - YouTube Oct 12, 2014