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  #2430450 2-Mar-2020 20:52
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Actually - It's not working. Here is what I see:

 

 

 

ubnt@ubnt# show interfaces ethernet eth0 vif 10 pppoe 0
 default-route auto
 dhcpv6-pd {
     pd 0 {
         interface eth1 {
             host-address ::1
             prefix-id :0
             service slaac
         }
         interface switch0 {
             host-address ::1
             prefix-id :2
             service slaac
         }
         prefix-length /56
     }
     prefix-only
     rapid-commit enable
 }
 firewall {
     in {
         ipv6-name WAN6_IN
         name WAN_IN
     }
     local {
         ipv6-name WAN6_LOCAL
         name WAN_LOCAL
     }
 }
 ipv6 {
     dup-addr-detect-transmits 1
     enable {
     }
 }
 mtu 1500
 name-server auto


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  #2430451 2-Mar-2020 21:00
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I have a colleague with the same problem when he switched to 2Degrees.

 

When they gave him a static address he cannot access several sites (mainly US ones).

 

I told him that if 2Degrees cannot provide a decent service he should try to cancel the contract and shift to an ISP which works.





Rob

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek


  #2430459 2-Mar-2020 21:10
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robfish:

 

I have a colleague with the same problem when he switched to 2Degrees.

 

When they gave him a static address he cannot access several sites (mainly US ones).

 

I told him that if 2Degrees cannot provide a decent service he should try to cancel the contract and shift to an ISP which works.

 

 

 

 

Work supplies 2 degrees connection. Not really an option at the moment.


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  #2430466 2-Mar-2020 21:17
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So your brothers provider is dual stack??





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Ultimate Geek


  #2430469 2-Mar-2020 21:21
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no idea - but actually I still want ipv6 working and I am so very very close I think


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  #2430470 2-Mar-2020 21:23
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If not he won't have ability to connect to IPv6 addresses.





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Ultimate Geek


  #2430472 2-Mar-2020 21:27
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Spyware:

 

If not he won't have ability to connect to IPv6 addresses.

 

 

not arguing - but then it's his problem - not mine :)


 
 
 
 


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  #2431468 2-Mar-2020 22:17
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Nova Energy - they do ipv6, but plex only half arsed support it anyway.

 

At least I now have ipv6 working after resetting all the things.

 

I will contact 2 degrees tomorrow and complain as it has impacted my service.

 

 




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  #2431470 2-Mar-2020 22:29
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@CokemonZ There is a long thread in the 2degrees subforum. In short, phone 2degrees stating that suddenly some of your apps have stopped working and you believe you're on CG-NAT and they'll sort it for you.





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Wannabe Geek


  #2431533 3-Mar-2020 06:26
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Wondering if anyone can assist with adding ipv6 to vlans as per my post? Tried the instructions further back in this thread without success.

Thanks

axlback:

I'm at it again, now trying to add ipv6 to my VLANs, eth1.30 and eth1.40


I've tried the instructions as per #1806397 (changing vif to my tags), but get this error:


@EdgeRouter-4# edit interfaces ethernet eth0 vif 10 pppoe 0 dhcpv6-pd pd 0


[edit interfaces ethernet eth0 vif 10 pppoe 0 dhcpv6-pd pd 0]


@EdgeRouter-4# set interface eth1 vif 30 host-address ::1


The specified configuration node is not valid


Set failed


[edit interfaces ethernet eth0 vif 10 pppoe 0 dhcpv6-pd pd 0]


 


Any help appreciated. Current config below.


 


default-route auto


dhcpv6-pd {


     pd 0 {


         interface eth1 {


             host-address ::1


             prefix-id :0


             service slaac


         }


         interface eth2 {


             host-address ::1


             prefix-id :1


             service slaac


         }


         prefix-length /56


     }


     prefix-only


     rapid-commit enable


}


firewall {


     in {


         ipv6-name WAN6_IN


         name WAN_IN


     }


     local {


         ipv6-name WAN6_LOCAL


         name WAN_LOCAL


     }


}


ipv6 {


     dup-addr-detect-transmits 1


     enable {


     }


}


mtu 1500


name-server auto


password ****


user-id ****@snap.net.nz


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Ultimate Geek


  #2431560 3-Mar-2020 08:54
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michaelmurfy:

 

@CokemonZ There is a long thread in the 2degrees subforum. In short, phone 2degrees stating that suddenly some of your apps have stopped working and you believe you're on CG-NAT and they'll sort it for you.

 

 

 

 

Resolved - they are giving me a static IP at no charge. Nice, very happy - I finally got IPV6 running, and have a static ip. It's a good day.




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  #2432187 3-Mar-2020 23:55
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@axlback It is on the OP...

 

If you're wanting eth2 or any internal VLAN's set up for IPv6 then basically repeat with "eth2 prefix-id :2" and so-on.

 

Each prefix-id has to be unique per interface. It doesn't look like you're doing this and thus it errors out. You're also getting the interface wrong...

 

edgerouter# show
 interface eth1 {
     host-address ::1
     no-dns
     prefix-id :1
     service slaac
 }
 interface eth1.90 {
     host-address ::1
     no-dns
     prefix-id :2
     service slaac
 }
 prefix-length /56
[edit interfaces ethernet eth0 vif 10 pppoe 0 dhcpv6-pd pd 0]





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Wannabe Geek


  #2433367 5-Mar-2020 20:35
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thanks @michaelmurfy

 

I'm not competent enough to quite figure out where I'm getting the interface wrong. I can't set prefix id as I don't get that far. I managed to set ipv6 for eth1 (prefix id 0) and eth2 (1) but just can't get it right for eth1.30 and eth1.40

 

To enable ipv6 on eth1.30 should I be entering the following?

 

edit interfaces ethernet eth0 pppoe 0 dhcpv6-pd pd 0
set interface eth1 vif 30 host-address ::1
set interface eth1 vif 30 prefix-id :2
set interface eth1 vif 30 service slaac
top
commit
save

 

Apologies for being such a n00b. Interfaces below. Any assistance appreciated, no rush.




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  #2433393 5-Mar-2020 21:26
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@axlback I'm not going to provide the full answer as I want you to look for it.

 

Hint - your interface is in the wrong format. I pretty-much provided you the answer in my post.





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  #2433395 5-Mar-2020 21:32
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OK :) I’ll try and figure it out.

michaelmurfy:

@axlback I'm not going to provide the full answer as I want you to look for it.


Hint - your interface is in the wrong format. I pretty-much provided you the answer in my post.


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