What is the IPv4/IPv6 number for Cell C? We have been getting a lot of people asking that question over the past few weeks. Mostly it’s from people wanting to configure Vodafone routers to work on Cell C. One of the settings while configuring your APN is the IPv4/IPv6 Number setting. You won’t be able to configure your device without typing in this number. So, what is it?
Cell C IPv4 Number
The IPv4/IPv6 number for Cell C is *99#. That’s the number that you type in when setting up your Vodafone router to work on Cell C. Once you have correctly configured APN settings for your router, you should be able to use it on CellC.
Can I leave the IPv4/IPv6 number for Cell C out?
A lot of people have tried leaving out the IPv4/IPv6 number for Cell C. If you do that, you won’t be able to save your changes. So, this number is required.
Here are Cell C APN settings for an iPhone
In this post we gave the IPv4 number for Cell C. We noted that you need this number if you plan to use a Vodafone router on CellC. A lot of people have been doing this.
Most routers that are currently being sold in South Africa come unlocked. In order for you to be able to use your Vodafone router on any network and not just on Vodacom, it needs to be unlocked.
Not only that, but it also needs to have the correct APN settings. During the process of setting up your router, you will be asked to configure the IPv4/IPv6 number.
Hopefully this information has been of use to you. If you would like to receive answers to further questions, head over to our Cell C broadband forum. We have experts who stand ready to get the correct answers on your behalf.