I have a new Windows 7 pc, and originally set up a home network with my router set for DHCP. It provided dynamic IP addresses for all my network devices, and all was well.
Then I followed instructions on how to forward a few ports on my router/firewall to permit Xbox Live gaming, and part of the process was to assign a static IP for the Windows 7 pc. Everything seemed to work out well, and then I noticed that my LAN Status indicated either "IPv6: No Network Access" or "IPv6: No Internet". IPv4 appears to be fine...I'm able to access the internet, and all still seems well.
My question is, do I need to worry about IPv6 connectivity issues at all? It doesn't seem to be affecting internet access. Will it cause any issues with my home network, preventing file sharing, etc.?