What is the Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter ? It’s a software which allows your PC to work with IPv4 and IPv6. It is internet protocol versions which enable networking :
Thanks to them, each participant in the process get uunique IP address in order to be able to be identified on a network.
Being the latest version of internet protocol, IPv6 is supposed to replace its predecessor, IPv4, who is unable to provide enough IP addresses for the ever-expanding Internet community.
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It is quite obvious that you must reactivate Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter as quickly as possible to be able to use the network. The headache that prevents you from doing this may be due to:
- Missing updates
- Corruption in system files
- Small pips
- Missing or obsolete drivers
In this article, all of the above mentioned scenarios are handled correctly. One of the solutions described below will certainly be useful in your case.
Be sure to start your repair by the first advice. Then keep working on the solutions until you find the one that works the most.
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Solution 1. Change the TCPIPv6 settings through the Windows registry.
For safety reasons, always create a restore point before modify the registry. If after the modification of the register, something is wrong, restore your system to this restore point.
To create a restore point:
- Type Create a restore point in the search box, then click the result.
- Then click on the button To create, to immediately create a catering point.
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To modify the TCPIPv6 settings in the Windows registry:
Open Windows registry editor. To do this :
- Press on the “Windows” + “R” keys to charge the Run dialog box.
- Type ” regedit »And press the Entrance.
- In the Windows registry, navigate (from the left panel) and highlight this key.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet services TCPIP6 Parameters
- In the right pane, double-click to modify the DisabledComponents key.
- Set the data of the value of DisabledComponents on 0 (Zero) and select OK.
- Close registry editor.
- Restart your computer.
(Windows should automatically reinstall Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter).
- Access your device Manager.
- Check if the Teredo Tunneling adapter exists and works in device manager. To do this :
- In the menu Display, choose Show hidden devices.
- Yes device manager screen does not display any errors (and does not contain exclamation point) beside MS Teredo Tunneling Adapter , then your problem is solved and it should work fine.
- If you find yourself facing a screen with a yellow exclamation mark next to the adapter (or the Teredo Tunneling pseudo interface) , go to step 2.
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Solution 2: Uninstall all adapters and interfaces from Teredo Tunneling.
- Right click and uninstall Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface.
- Uninstall also all Microsoft Teredo adapters (for example, Microsoft Teredo Adapter 2 or 3 or 4, etc.)
- Reinstall it by following the steps of this tutorial :
- If after having reinstalled the teredo tunneling, you are still having problems, go to step 3.
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Solution 3: Install the adapter manually
Yes the adapter is still missing, install it manually might be the best solution. Here is how you can do this:
- Maintain the Windows logo key pressed. Immediately press the R key. This will launch the box Execute.
- In the Run search box, type devmgmt.msc. Click on the button Entrance to continue.
- Once in Device Manager, navigate to the Action tab.
- From the drop-down menu, select Add older generation hardware.
- Click on Following to continue.
- Select the option Install the hardware that I manually select from a list . Click on Following to continue.
- Select Network adapters and click on the button Following.
- Access the pane Maker and select Microsoft.
- In the menu Model, select Microsoft Teredo Tunneling Adapter.
- Select Following. When installation is complete, select To end.
- In the Device Manager, open the View tab.
- Select Show hidden devices.
- Then double click on the entry Network adapter to open it.
Your Microsoft Teredo Tunneling adapter should now be visible. If not, there is no need to panic. Just move on to the next correction.
Solution 4: Activate the Teredo client using the NETSH command
- Go to Start> All Programs> Accessories.
- Click with the right button from the mouse to command prompt and select Execute as administrator
- In the command prompt window, type them orders in that order and press the key. Entrance after typing each of them.
set state disabled
set teredo client
- To close the command prompt.
- To open the device manager.
- Select View> Show hidden devices. The Teredo Tunneling pseudo-interface reappears and should work fine now.
There it’s done !