06-20-2010 11:58 AM
Hi,does anyone know how to enable a thing called teredo in win 7? I have been through all the settings with WDLIVE tech support and they cant help me because its a computer network problem(Trying to get my new WDlive to stream movies to tv). aso I get an error that says I need to enable ipv6,but I followed directions and it still says ipv6 has no network acess.I think the whole problem is this TEREDO thing.Can anyone please help?
06-20-2010 05:38 PM
ethernet adapter local area connection:
connection specific dns suffix..gateway.2wire.net
06-21-2010 05:20 AM - edited 06-21-2010 05:33 AM
You say you get an ERROR because IPV6 isn't enabled.
Exactly where is this error coming from? What does the message say?
There's no IPV6 address listed, so, you're correct, it must not be enabled. It should look like this:
Windows IP Configuration
Go into the DEVICE MANAGER, on the menu, select VIEW / SHOW HIDDEN DEVICES.
Under NETWORK ADAPTERS, is "Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Adapter" listed?
Anyway, all this seems wierd. I can't see why Teredo would be required for the WDTV???
06-22-2010 06:43 AM
Well, I don't know why you're using Homegroups. The WDTV doesn't support Homegroups.
That being said, you do NOT need IPv6 to use the WDTV.
06-23-2010 11:23 AM
zonealarm show a loopback adapter ip adress 127.0.0.1 entry type ip adress...I was suspicious of this so I blocked it,does that have anything to do with it?
127.0.0.1 is the default loopback / 'localhost' address. For example, I run XAMPP to test websites, so typing in http://localhost or http://127.0.0.1 will take me to the homepage.
You shouldn't need to block it. Try removing that from your ZoneAlarm block list.
Like Tony says, IPv6 is not needed for the WD TV Live to function.
Running IPCONFIG , I can see that my IPv6 settings specify no gateway.
I also do not have Teredo running nor is it mentioned anywhere in my IPCONFIG output.
My WD TV Live and Live Plus connect to the network and internet without issue.
Have you shared any folders on your computer?
Try watching this video, some users have reported success following his steps:
The original thread for that video can be read here: