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Your Machine Administrator has Disabled Teredo Locally

Your Machine Administrator has Disabled Teredo Locally

Often while browsing the internet, your internet line may dropdown. And when you troubleshoot the issue, you may end up with a message ‘Your machine administrator has disabled Teredo locally’. This is something that plenty of people are facing these days. We here will look at the issue and help you solve it. Read along. 

What is Teredo?

First things first, you need to know what is Teredo before solving the issue. Teredo is a tunneling protocol that is designed to help IPv6 connect with the nodes located behind the Network Address Translation (NAT). It is installed as default on the system and remains in standby mode until needed. Teredo allows you to run the applications smoothly. But it is quite heavy-duty and hence it may affect your internet connectivity. Here’s how you can solve the issue:

How to solve the error ‘Your Machine Administrator has disabled Teredo locally’?

Here are a few ways to solve it.

Solution 1: Update the Driver for Teredo Adapter

  • Click on Control Panel, then click on System and Maintenance, and open Device Manager. 
  • If you are prompted to type in an administrator password do the same for opening Device Manager. 
  • Look for Network Adapters and find ‘Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface’. Right-click on it and select Update Driver Software. 
  •  Reboot your system and check if the issue is resolved.

 

Solution 2: Disable and Re-enable IPv6 connectivity.

If the first solution doesn’t work for you then follow these steps.

Steps to disable IPv6

  • Click on Start and type Network and Sharing Center in it.
  • The new tab will open. Click on the Local Area Network.
  • Go to the properties section of each network adapter and uncheck the box placed next to the protocol ‘Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6). You can also select it and click on the uninstall option. 
  • Then restart your system. 

 

Steps to enable IPv6

  • Open the same Local Area Network and go to the properties section. 
  • Then check to mark the box next to the protocol ‘Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)’. You can also click on it and select install the IPv6 option.
  • Then restart your system.

 

This will then solve your issue and you won’t get the same message again. 

 

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