We'll get something on the company status pages, but it looks like router manufacturers really do have no clue.
Comtrend had managed to get a router to us that did IPv6 and did not cost the earth. It sort of worked, and had minor niggles. We got ten and shipped them, and people are using them.
But turns out that not only will it be months before they fix these more minor niggles, but they cannot even fix more serious issues we have found.
The show stopped right now is that if the PPP link drops for any reason then the router reconnects with no IPv6!
We'll be taking them off the price list.
Thanks to those that are using them and thanks for the feedback. We'll get new s/w when it comes out anyway. They may be useful in the future.
What is a shame is they could be in there before the rest of the manufacturers. Not a big name in the UK, and could have got some real kudos from this.
What can I say?!
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