IP "No Islanding" refers to IPv4 and IPv6 internet systems to coexist and accessible to each other.
IPv6 refers to a new form of IP address. IPv4 addresses are facing a shortage. IPv6 is a new IP address scheme that is a much longer bit addressing (128bit) and can support many more IP addresses as compared to IPv4 (32Bit). In fact, any equipment that is connected to the Internet must have an IP address to work.
No, the existing IPv4 services and IPv4 networks will continue to work as per normal for the next 10 years or so.
The software and hardware that only support IPv4 will still continue to work with IPv4 addresses as the Internet will still continue to work on IPv4 and co-exist with IPv6 for a long time.
Yes, both IPv4 and IPv6 will co-exist for another 10 years or so. There is no need for you to upgrade your equipment immediately. However, you may wish to consider buying IPv6 ready devices to ensure that they work with an IPv6 service or network.
You have to ensure that all products that you use to connect to the internet is IPv6 ready including your laptop, modem, router, mobile phone, tablet, etc.
However, many major websites and Internet Service Providers will support both IPv4 and IPv6 and will do so for 10 years or more. There is no need for you to upgrade your equipment immediately.
Please consult your supplier for the respective device.
Access your attached router via http://192.168.0.1 to enable IPv6 on your D-link DIR-865L Router.
Username : Admin
Password: (leave blank)
Step 2 :
Go to Setup-> IPV6 and click on “Manual IPv6 Internet Connection Setup”.
Step 3 :
For MIF Customer
Choose IPV6 Connection. Type as “Autoconfiguration (SLAC/DHCPv6)” for Dual-Stack setting.
For MOL Customer
Choose IPV6 Connection. Type as “6rd” for 6rd DHCPv4 Option.
Remarks: Do not change any other settings
Step 4 :
Click on “Save Settings” and reboot the router.
Step 5 :
Go to Status-> IPv6 page to check IPv6 address assignment and status.