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Teredo IP address disappears

I have a Windows 2008 Server running ok with a Teredo Tunneling Pseudo Interface connection.  When I reboot, it loses the IPv6 address.  I have to type nesh interface ipv6 set teredo client teredo.ipv6.microsoft.com and then it will work again.  Is there a way other than a login script to set this permanently?
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B1izzard
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harbor235Commented:


Try this;

"netsh interface teredo set state ebabled", looks like it is disabled and you are manually enabling it each time/

harbor235 ;}
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harbor235Commented:


Check for log messages concerning this interface too, try this also,


Right click the Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface > Update Driver Software... > Browse my computer for driver software > Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer >.

harbor235 ;}
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B1izzardAuthor Commented:
I tried the netsh int teredo set state enabled, but the 'enabled' apparently isn't an official command, so it errors out.  Strangely enough they do have a disabled, just not enabled (or at least not on my W2K8 box.  I'm starting to think login script, unless you have any other ideas.  Thanks.
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harbor235Commented:


Did you try updating the driver? I would also try to remove and reinstall if that does not work, this is microsoft software

harbor235 ;}
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B1izzardAuthor Commented:
I tried updating the driver.  Apparently it's the most current one from the MS website.  I also tried removing and reinstalling it.  Strangely enough, I am having another strange problem with this interface and it losing the IPv6 default gateway.  I think I will try another NIC and see if it works then.
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