Originally Posted by Spookster
If it is referring to ipV4 and ipV6 then I can't imagine why you would need ipV6 enabled for your home network. The ipV6 just allows for a much larger pool of IP addresses. It shouldn't hurt to leave support for it enabled but it should not be required for your home network.
It was while using the article I mentioned above. The procedure said that I needed it set. Unfortunately, OpenDns told me to disable it. As I am /was relatively ignorant of the subject, I could see a conflict.
All Hunky Doory now.