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IPv6 only networks - do they kill TorGuard?

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Telstra have announced that they are rolling out IPv6 only on their mobile network. See http://lists.ausnog.net/pipermail/ausnog/2020-February/043869.html and https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/thread/3vy5n749  

For some time Telstra have been dual stack with both IPv6 and CGNAT IPv4.  But with IPv4 going....

How will this effect TorGuard users?  What I mean is, will TorGuard continue to work?  My expectation is NO, because TorGuard is (to my knowledge) IPv4 only.

 

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On 2/11/2020 at 1:43 AM, gilby said:

Telstra have announced that they are rolling out IPv6 only on their mobile network. See http://lists.ausnog.net/pipermail/ausnog/2020-February/043869.html and https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/thread/3vy5n749  

For some time Telstra have been dual stack with both IPv6 and CGNAT IPv4.  But with IPv4 going....

How will this effect TorGuard users?  What I mean is, will TorGuard continue to work?  My expectation is NO, because TorGuard is (to my knowledge) IPv4 only.

 

 

We are working on IPv6 implementation, we are not far away :)

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