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A meetinghouse in Singapore is considering to order an advance Internet connection that support IPv6 only. Does Cisco881W still work in this case? Is there any precautions STS/FMG need to know when they install the firewall?
I don't see how this would be supported with the current infrastructure in place, unless the church has already prepared an IPv6 VPN termination device. A special script would be to be created for the Cisco881 to support it, though I also don't see how the filtering could work, unless there is also prepared equipment to support IPv6 there as well - I think your biggest issue, even if it could get technically installed is ever reaching anyone that could help you on the GSD. Your best bet is to stick with IPv4 for now. I don't know many IPv6 implementations that aren't also supporting a dual stack of IPv6 and IPv4 - it should be available to you.
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