Latest Update for IPv6 Ready VDSL2 integrated firewall – Vigor2850 Series

Taiwan DrayTek Corp., a Taiwan-based networking solutions provider, today announces to release firmware upgrade (Version 3.6.2) for Vigor2850 Series, advance integrated firewall router with VDSL2/ADSL2+ fallback and IPv6 Ready to satisfy small business segment.
Complete info at 4-traders.

ZyXEL Announces IPv6 Support for Multiple ADSL2+ and VDSL2 Gateways

ZyXEL Communications, a leading provider of secure broadband networking, Internet connectivity and routing products, today announced IPv6 support for several of its currently shipping ADSL2+ and VDSL2 gateways, simplifying telecommunications providers’ transition to next-generation networking standards.

Complete info at TMCnet

Cisco RV 120W with IPv6 review

Until recently, Cisco typically only marketed small business routers under its Linksys brand name. At the beginning of 2010, Cisco started to change its entry level focus with a new lineup of 100-series wired and wireless routers. The Cisco RV 120W is part of that new Cisco focus and isn’t simply a rebranded Linksys device.

With the RV 120W, Cisco is bringing configuration control and some advanced features that aren’t usually seen in routers found at this price point.

The networking capabilities of the RV 120W provide for both IPv4 and IPv6 connectivity. As IPv4 address space is becoming a scarce commodity, having IPv6 capabilities is likely a route that will becoming increasingly common over the next several years. With the RV 120W, Cisco is providing a really nice entry point to IPv6 connectivity, while still providing mechanisms for IPv4 content access.

Complete info at Wi-Fi Planet.

Internode sells $99 IPv6-ready router from NetComm

National broadband company Internode has started selling its first sub-$100 consumer router that can handle IPv6 (Internet Protocol version 6) addresses – the NetComm NB6Plus4 series.
Complete info at Impress, ChannelNews and SmartHouse.

AVM Introduces Fritz!Box Fon WLAN 7390

German broadband network equipment manufacturer AVM has launched the Fritz!Box Fon WLAN 7390, which combines WLAN features, a telephone system, a Dect base, a media server and network storage.

The FRITZ!Box connects all computers with the Internet – at lightning speed using VDSL or ADSL2+! With internal flash memory and fast WLAN N, it is the ideal platform for networked applications such as IPTV, video on demand, and media streaming.

Some hilights of the 7390:

  • * Fast Internet thanks to integrated VDSL/ADSL2+ modem
  • * Wireless network via WLAN N with up to 300 Mbit/s
  • * Suitable for combination with UMTS or cable modem
  • * The DECT base station lets you connect up to six cordless telephones
  • * Connect analog terminal equipment, ISDN telephones and PBXs
  • * Internet telephony with existing phones, even when the PC is shut down
  • * Up to 5 answering machines and fax function integrated, voice-to-mail, fax-to-mail
  • * USB host for USB printers or USB mass storage media in the network
  • * Media server for music, images, and videos in the network
  • * Integrated network storage with NAS functionality

Some more techie specs that might tickle your intrest:

  • * Conventional VDSL/ADSL2+ connection in combination with ISDN or analog
  • * Extensions for analog phones, faxes or answering machines, ISDN phone or PBX
  • * Integrated DECT base station (GAP/CAT-iq) for up to 6 cordless telephones
  • * Provides for WLAN wireless connections compliant with common standards
  • * 4 gigabit Ethernet connections (10/100/1000 * Mbit/s) for computers, games consoles, or a LAN hub and/or switch (for connecting additional PCs)
  • * 2 USB 2.0 host for USB printers or USB mass storage media in the network

And lets not forget IPv6 support. AVM has beta support for IPv6 on the following models:

  • * FRITZ!Box Fon Wlan 7390
  • * FRITZ!Box Fon Wlan 7270
  • * FRITZ!Box Fon Wlan 7240
  • * FRITZ!Box Fon Wlan 7320

With support for the following IPv6 features:

  • * Native IPv6
  • * Tunnel Sixss
  • * Tunnel 6in4
  • * Tunnel 6to4

AVM regularly develops new firmware for its FRITZ! products, always free of charge. The next official firmware update for the FRITZ!Box 7390 will bring new features for telephony, WLAN, NAS, IPv6 and USB to your FRITZ!Box 7390.

The other new firmware highlights:

  • * Wireless Internet access for guest users (WLAN guest access isolated from the home network)
  • * Enhanced WLAN sleep mode and parental controls
  • * IPv6 support in the home network and on the Internet

We have had some contact with AVM about testing one so perhaps we will be able to give you an review of this new Fritz!Box.

D-Link switches receive IPv6 Ready Core Logo Phase 2 certification

D-Link, the end-to-end networking solutions provider for consumer and business, today announced that the company’s xStack® DGS-3400 series, xStack DES-3200 series, xStack DES-3528/52 series, DGS-3610 series and DES-7200 chassis series switches received IPv6 Ready Core Logo Phase 2 certification from the IPv6 Forum.


More information on http://www.dlink.com/press/?prid=490