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    pauloos Guest

    Default Enabling IPV6 ZA Extreme security?

    Hi there,

    I can't seem to enable ipv 6 in conjuction with ZA extreme security.
    I'm using ver. 9.3.037.000 with XP pro.
    Normally there would be a box that can be ticked to enable ipv6 in firewall/main/advanced settings.
    In my version there is no such option!
    How do I enable ipv6!?

    Thanks for any answer!!

    cheers

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    Default Re: Enabling IPV6 ZA Extreme security?

    Quote Originally Posted by pauloos View Post
    Hi there,

    I can't seem to enable ipv 6 in conjuction with ZA extreme security.
    I'm using ver. 9.3.037.000 with XP pro.
    Normally there would be a box that can be ticked to enable ipv6 in firewall/main/advanced settings.
    In my version there is no such option!
    How do I enable ipv6!?

    Thanks for any answer!!

    cheers
    I think Windows XP is only capable of ipv4..

    I have ZA Extreme Security on my Windows XP SP3, and on both of my Windows 7 32-Bit and Windows 7 64-bit,

    Only the Windows 7 Computers have an option to enable ipv6 in Zone Alarm Extreme 9.3.037 Firewall/Advanced page..

    ZA Extreme installed on my Windows XP does not show that option..
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    Default Re: Enabling IPV6 ZA Extreme security?

    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeV View Post
    I think Windows XP is only capable of ipv4..
    yeap, I am not aware of XP supporting IPV6, I think there are bits into it but not really fully integrated. You will need to move to VISTA or better Windows 7.
    Last edited by fax; September 16th, 2010 at 06:13 AM.

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    Default Re: Enabling IPV6 ZA Extreme security?

    Thanks guys, for clearing that up!

    This is absolutely ridiculous!! in the free ZA firewall I am able to enable ipv6 and in the ZA extreme security NOT haha......weird ain't it!?

    Thanks again for answering......

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    Default Re: Enabling IPV6 ZA Extreme security?

    That is due to a one time Fix to ZA Free 9.2.057.000

    http://forum.zonealarm.com/showthread.php?t=74622

    However, I think this Fix was intended for ZA Free on Windows 7 ?
    Last edited by GeorgeV; September 16th, 2010 at 10:19 AM. Reason: typo
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    Default Re: Enabling IPV6 ZA Extreme security?

    tnx......

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    Default Re: Enabling IPV6 ZA Extreme security?

    Nevermind, I uninstalled/reinstalled ipv6 in "dosbox"
    Now it works again.......

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    Default Re: Enabling IPV6 ZA Extreme security?

    Since your problem is resolved,
    I will now Close this Thread..

    You may PM me if you need to open it again..

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