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  1. #1
    sharkman Guest

    Default Teredo tunneling pseudo device

    I accidently deleted this device and have tried to get it back.
    I tried:
    A system restore which didn't do it then:

    1. Open command prompt with administrator credentials (Find CMD and
    right-click - Run as Administrator).
    2. Enter netsh environment. Type "netsh" and ENTER.
    3. "int teredo" and ENTER
    4. "set state disabled" and ENTER.

    6. Open command prompt with administrator credentials once again.
    7. netsh + ENTER.
    8. "int ipv6" + ENTER
    9. "set teredo client" + ENTER
    10. Open Device Manager and Scan for new hardware.

    which didn't do it and I tried

    1. Temporarily disable Firewall and third party antivirus program on the
    computer for a test.
    2. To verify relevant services..
    a. Click "Start", type "services.msc" (without quotation marks) in Search
    Bar and press Enter.

    Note: If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation,
    type your password, or click Continue.

    b. Scroll down and navigate to the following service. Right click the "Peer
    Networking Grouping" service and choose Properties.
    c. Please check if the service is started; if not, click the Start button
    and see if it works.
    d. You may also choose Automatic next to Startup type.
    e. Click OK.
    f. Please repeat the above steps with another service: PNRP Machine Name
    Publication Service.
    3. Modify IPv6 registry key to enable IPV6
    ==========================
    a. Click Start, type regedit in Search Bar, and then click regedit in the
    Programs list.

    Note: If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation,
    type your password or click Continue.

    b. Locate and then click the following registry subkey:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\servic es\TCPIP6\Parameters
    c. Check whether the "DisabledComponents" registry key exists. If so, let's
    move on the next steps.
    d. Double click the "DisabledComponents" registry key and modify the value
    to 0.
    (If the key doesn't exist, please create the key named "DisabledComponents"
    without the quotes, above and assign the value 0)
    e. Exit Registry Editor, and then restart the computer.

    In this case, after modifying the registry and restarting the system, the
    registry reverted back to the original state (DisabledComponents started as
    "ff", I modified it to "0" and after checking it after the restart it was
    "ff" again..)

    Can someone suggest something to get the darned device back ( other than a
    system repair)
    thanks
    sharkman


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  3. #2
    Ge Nidee Guest

    Default Re: Teredo tunneling pseudo device

    "sharkman" <shark@verizon.net> schreef in bericht
    news:hvnk0p$gku$1@news.eternal-september.org...
    > Can someone suggest something to get the darned device back ( other than a
    > system repair)
    > thanks
    > sharkman


    Maybe Gogo6?


  4. #3
    Roland Schweiger Guest

    Default Re: Teredo tunneling pseudo device

    "sharkman"
    > Can someone suggest something to get the darned device back ( other than a
    > system repair)



    It really depends very much on your system setup.
    If you are in one of the rare cases where your ISP provides you with a
    NATIVE IPv6, then Teredo will "turn itself off" automatically because it is
    no longer needed.
    So first check to see if your "real" network adapter has a proper IPv6
    address.
    If you have some tunnel broker like GOGO6 client, then it is also better to
    leave Teredo disabled as again, it will not be needed.
    Teredo only makes sense if you have no other way for IPv6 access.

    greetings

    Roland Schweiger



  5. #4
    sharkman Guest

    Default Re: Teredo tunneling pseudo device

    I'm actually trying to use homegroups between my wireless laptop and my
    connected desktop for sharing files, printer etc.. and I think I need ipv6
    for that.. I have FIOS but I don't think that has anything to do with my
    networking the laptop to the desktop.

    thanks
    sharkman

    --

    "Roland Schweiger" <roland_schweiger@web.de> wrote in message
    news:hvo2pq$ckg$1@news.eternal-september.org...
    > "sharkman"
    >> Can someone suggest something to get the darned device back ( other than
    >> a system repair)

    >
    >
    > It really depends very much on your system setup.
    > If you are in one of the rare cases where your ISP provides you with a
    > NATIVE IPv6, then Teredo will "turn itself off" automatically because it
    > is no longer needed.
    > So first check to see if your "real" network adapter has a proper IPv6
    > address.
    > If you have some tunnel broker like GOGO6 client, then it is also better
    > to leave Teredo disabled as again, it will not be needed.
    > Teredo only makes sense if you have no other way for IPv6 access.
    >
    > greetings
    >
    > Roland Schweiger
    >
    >


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