AT&T has been supporting the transition to IPv6 for years by upgrading our network and enabling our IPv6-capable gateways through automatic firmware updates. Firmware updates began in 2011 and will continue into the future. To determine if your modem or Wi-Fi gateway is IPv6 compatible, run the AT&T IPv6 Compatibility Tool test
If not already IPv6 compatible, AT&T will update most all Wi-Fi Gateways to support IPv6 by automatically updating firmware. Please do not call Customer Care requesting a firmware update sooner or for an exact date, as we cannot provide this information.
AT&T equipment that is IPv6 capable includes the following:DSL services
- Motorola - Motorola 3360
- Netgear – Netgear 6200, Netgear 7550
- Pace – Pace 4111n
AT&T Internet services
- Motorola – NVG510
- 2Wire – 2Wire 3600, 2Wire 3800, 2Wire 3801, 2Wire i38HG, 2Wire i3812v
- Pace – Pace 5031, Pace 5168, Pace 5268
- Arris – NVG589, NVG599, NVG595
If you have a device not listed above and want to upgrade to an IPv6-capable device: DSL customers visit the AT&T Equipment Shop
and all others Contact us
. If you subscribe to AT&T Dial-up Internet services, you will need to upgrade to a high-speed Internet service to access content that is available by IPv6 only.
If you are using additional networking equipment (e.g., a third party router, repeater, switch, access point, etc.) you will need to contact the manufacturer of that equipment to determine if it is IPv6-compatible. Most home network users will not require additional configuration to use IPv6 on AT&T’s network, provided they are using IPv6-compatible equipment.