How to add IPv6 address on Windows Server?


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May 16, 2014
We can add the IPv6 address on a Windows server via the graphical user interface itself. The process is very similar to how we are adding the IPv4 addresses. Here I am providing the steps to do it from the Windows interface:
  1. Login to Windows OS via RDP.
  2. Right-click on the network icon in the task manager and select 'Open Network and Internet Settings' option.

  3. Scroll down and select the 'Network and Sharing Center' option.

  4. On the left side menu, select the 'Change Adapter Settings' option.

  5. There you can see the active NIC card and right-click on the same and select the 'Properties' option.

  6. Double click on the 'Internet Protocol Version 6(TCP/IPv6) option there.
  7. Click on 'Use following IP Address' option and provide the IPv6 address, subnet, and gateway details and save.

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