What is Toredo?
With win 7 comes a lot of interesting new things.
Web definition here, but I need layman terms.
Is it something good, or something that should/could be disabled?
It's part of the IP version 6 over IP version 4 (current tcp/ip) tunneling, so that IPV6 can be used internally if desired, and still be able to communicate with an IPV4 NAT router device.
You're not using it, but just ignore it and don't fuck about with your networking protocols and such and stay a nice happy boy with a working network stack. That's the thing about NETworking, it's only one O'away from NOTworking
All righty then,me no fruck with it.
Not even as a layman?
Originally Posted by Troy
By the way, it's not that uncommon to see multiple problem entries in Device Manager for the Teredo interface and the 6to4. It is safe to ignore them.