How to remove unwanted tunnel adapter connections? I updated my answer. Alternately, you can disable Teredo and see if that improves things. This will leave only iPv4 interfaces defined on your computer, and will only work if you do not have any pure-iPv6 device on the local network. Yeah, I wonder too. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list.
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Why would I want to disable it? Especially the powershell ones, you’d think they would be consistent.
How to Disable Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-interface 6to4 Adapter
You may need to reboot, depending on your version of Tunneling. If the User Account Control dialog box appears, confirm that the action it displays is what you want, and then click Continue.
Community Forum Software by IP. He fisable be documenting his experiences in digital and technology world for over 15 years. By keep tracking of the source port and the IP this allows the Teredo server to reach directly back to the client, essentially bypassing NAT without any configuration required.
The tered is for huge networks which use IPv6 for their own internal management, e. IPv6 in local networks is very rarely or never an issue, and almost no computer is nowadays directly connected to the Internet. Users can turn off IPv6 support in Windows. Are you running any Virtual Machines?
windows 7 – What is the Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface? – Super User
Thanks for your help Edited by Arstone, 03 December – Do I need it? I can’t ping machine A from machine B. This topic is locked. I’ve forgotten my password. David Marshall 6, 3 20 Out of curiosity, I wonder about the three different syntaxes for the three disables Set-Net6to4configuration -state disabled Set-Netisatapconfiguration -state disabled Set-NetTeredoConfiguration -type disabled Caveat – if for some reason you want the tunnel adapters on some, but not all, of your interfaces, this isn’t the right solution.
The extra network appear like this: Somehow Teredo in Windows Vista and newer overcomes this, but I have not yet found a clear explanation for how. If your IP address has four group of numbers like x.
When the communication is complete the source port is no longer in use A new, random source port is chosen for the next session. Probably that’s not what you want though.