How To Disable Ipv6 On Dlink Router?
The problem with the IPV6 enabled on your D-Link router is that anyone with access to the internet can easily access the devices connected to the network. The issue occurs because the router is a small device that is not capable of handling the IPv6. The one main advantage of having the IPv6 over the IPv4 is that the IPv6 has a larger address space. Also, in addition to the number of addresses, the IPv6 also has additional features compared to that of the IPv4. Carry out the below steps to know how to disable Ipv6 on Dlink router.
- Open the default browser on your computer connected to the router.
- Enter the D-Link router IP address in the address bar and press the Enter button.
- The D-Link router login page will now open.
- Enter the default login credentials of the router. The credentials are:
- The D-Link router page will now open.
- The Internet settings page will open. Here, click the IPv6 option.
- Make sure the device mode is set to Router.
- Make sure the Internet connection is set to Dynamic IP.
- On the next page, select the Local Connectivity Only option from the Internet Connection drop-down list.
- Verify the changes made on the settings page and then click the Save button.
- The changes will be made and you will see the message ‘The new settings have been saved.’ Now, click the OK button.
We have now seen the steps to know how to disable Ipv6 on Dlink router. Click the Call button to get more assistance on the same.