Hey everyone, New to this forum and I need some help. I'm trying to setup IPv6 in my home network and not sure where to start. Here is my current setup: Linksys DPC3008 DOCSIS 3.0 (IPv6 Ready) Linksys E3000 Dual Band Router All connected via CAT6 Ethernet ISP: Comcast (Currently IPv6 available) Background story: My IPv6 currently works when my desktop is directly hooked up to the modem, so I know the IPv6 works. So apparently, the E3000 doesnt support IPv6 natively. I've decided to try out Shibby Tomato firmware as it offers the most features and doesn't require me to jump through flaming hoops to install, like DD-WRT. I do have a WRT54G on DD-WRT acting as a repeater, so I do know a little bit about flashing firmwares. My problem: I have never used Tomato, and am unfamiliar with it. Would I have to use tunneling to get IPv6 working? As I understand, IPv6 tunneling is for those who do not actively have IPv6 from their provider. As I do have IPv6 provided, is it a simple "Turn on" switch inside Tomato's interface? or would I have to tunnel it as well? Any help would be much appreciated.