by landie Investigator


Hi All,


I understand that IPV4 uses CGNAT, which is fair enough, hence the reason i cant log onto my home network.


With IPV6 coming on i was wondering if CGNAT would still be used and if not then would I then be able to access my home network? (DDNS)


The main reason for the question is my router (Teltonika RUT750) doesnt support IPV6 so i would need to replace that but there is no point if I am still going to be up against CGNAT as is the case now.


Any thoughts?


Regards Neil

EE Employee

Re: IPV6 and CGNAT

Good Morning @landie


Welcome back to the Community! Smiley Happy


I know a little bit about IPv6/IPv4 but not not too sure about CGNAT.


Leave it with me and I'll see what I can find out for you.


Thanks - Karen. Smiley Happy

by landie Investigator

Re: IPV6 and CGNAT

Hi Karen,


Thank you for your reply, and I look forward to hearing you findings.


I did have a VPN server up and working from my home network at one time but somthing changed and now i have no access to my VPN


I would like to get it up and running again if its possible.



EE Employee

Re: IPV6 and CGNAT

Hi @landie


@Karen_C has finished for today but I will make sure she gets this.


Many thanks,



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