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Topic # 209151 14-Mar-2017 20:09 Send private message quote this post

I'm having issues getting IPV6 working.

 

Can someone please C&P the dialer0 section of their Cisco config redacting authentication info?

 

Thanks :-)


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1740232 16-Mar-2017 12:27 Send private message quote this post

I can't help you with Inspire, but this may be of some help? It's what I used to use for my ADSL2 PPPoE back in Sydney.
http://www.internode.on.net/support/guides/internet_access/ipv6/cisco_routers/

 

 

 

There's also this: http://www.ifm.net.nz/cookbooks/890-isr-wizard.html




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  Reply # 1740241 16-Mar-2017 12:31 Send private message quote this post

Thanks for those. I have already looked at them and tested it based on what I saw, but the upshot is without further information from Inspire I am basically flying blind.

 

I had a UFB service with IPV6 previously from them - and used that config as a template - but it doesn't work. Whether they have done something different for VDSL or changed something in the interim....? I don't know.

 

Considering the cost of the service is over $150 / month, I think getting a working config template from them is a reasonable request.


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  Reply # 1740279 16-Mar-2017 13:12 Send private message quote this post

http://ipv6.inspire.net.nz/ suggests they do DHCPv6 PD over PPPoE, just like Internode (and Snap/2d). Have you contacted their ipv6 email address?




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  Reply # 1740280 16-Mar-2017 13:21 Send private message quote this post

MattR:

 

http://ipv6.inspire.net.nz/ suggests they do DHCPv6 PD over PPPoE, just like Internode (and Snap/2d). Have you contacted their ipv6 email address?

 

 

I have been supposedly issued a /56 of IPV6 space and used what would appear to be the appropriate config but it just doesn't work. I don't know why.


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  Reply # 1740332 16-Mar-2017 14:27 Send private message quote this post

I assume you have VLAN10 trunk on the WAN side?
Our (Chorus) Wholesale VDSL service needs this.

 

you also need to make sure everything is 802.1p=0  Some devices will default mark control protocols as another pbit... at which point our DSLAM will discard it.

 

 




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  Reply # 1740342 16-Mar-2017 15:02 Send private message quote this post

BMarquis:

 

I assume you have VLAN10 trunk on the WAN side?
Our (Chorus) Wholesale VDSL service needs this.

 

 

Yes. IPV4 connectivity works.


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  Reply # 1740351 16-Mar-2017 15:22 Send private message quote this post

Email or phone them - they are probably NZs most helpful isp.



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  Reply # 1740376 16-Mar-2017 15:23 Send private message quote this post

MadEngineer: Email or phone them - they are probably NZs most helpful isp.

 

Could be but IPV6 falls into no man's land.


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  Reply # 1740651 17-Mar-2017 10:51 One person supports this post Send private message quote this post

Drop me an email with your contact details and I will get someone in the NOC to have a chat to you early next week to see what we can do to help.  IPV6 isnt something the helpdesk is likely to be able to help with too much at this stage I am afraid, we need to go a few levels lower in the building to where we lock away the IPV6 people, they seem to be afraid of sunlight

 

 

 

James @ InSPire 


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