Troubleshooting Pack to reset Windows 7 virtual IPv6 interfaces.
Sometimes thanks to incompatible software like Checkpoint Secure Client the Windows 7 IPv6 transition technologies virtual interfaces (ISATAP, 6to4, Teredo and IPHTTPs) stop working. These interfaces
are used by technologies like Windows 7 Direct Access.
Use this troubleshooting pack when you have errors like
Failed to open tunnel adapter or Interface creation failure.
Just totally uninstall the incompatible software and run
Reset IPv6. It will tell you if you have the issue and if you have the problem,
Reset IPv6 fixes it!
- It uses the new Windows 7 Troubleshooting platform to have the best experience.
- Detects if you really have the problem before continue.
- Uninstall and install again all Teredo, 6to4, IPHTTPS and ISATAP devices.
- Reset the IPv6 stack to default settings.
- It Triggers a full group policy update.
- It restarts the computer and shows a
successful message at the end.
Be careful saving all your changes before apply the fix.
- Works in all Window 7 and Windows 2008 R2 editions, and on both x86 and amd64.
- Reset IPv6 is currently only in English but is capable to fix issues in Spanish and English Systems. We’ll enable other languages soon.
- Requires administrative privileges.
- You can test the tool simulating the error running the command
netsh interface teredo set state servername="failed to open". When you finish run
netsh interface teredo set state server= to return to the default state.
- Reset IPv6 is totally free and open source. If you want you can dig into the source code and be in peace. All files are digitally signed.
This program is provide "as is" .
Developed by Ricardo Polo.