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  # 2031567 7-Jun-2018 17:12
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All services are up!
All devides have been issued a lease, all routing perfectly.

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  # 2031700 7-Jun-2018 20:27
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Working for me. I had to reboot the router.

 

 

 

Thanks, Sounddude for persisting with getting this working.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2032356 8-Jun-2018 21:13
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could someone confirm the settings for me?

 

I was told that i didn't have ipv6 enabled on my router but it is..

 

there are the settings I have .. [fritz 7490]

 


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  # 2032608 9-Jun-2018 16:21
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Not familiar with your hardware but trying to map your setting onto my router I’d say you need to select first option for global address. I think all assignments happen over ipv4 first.
I left prefix hint off, i think that comes from Ocron.
See if that works

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  # 2033172 10-Jun-2018 18:26
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dauckland: Not familiar with your hardware but trying to map your setting onto my router I’d say you need to select first option for global address. I think all assignments happen over ipv4 first.
I left prefix hint off, i think that comes from Ocron.
See if that works

 

 

 

That did it, cheers mate :o) 


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  # 2033399 10-Jun-2018 22:34
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@sounddude

I’ve noticed my previously working IPv6 in Porirua/Wellington now seems to be a non-working IPv6...

Any known reason?

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  # 2033404 10-Jun-2018 22:42
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jamesrt: @sounddude

I’ve noticed my previously working IPv6 in Porirua/Wellington now seems to be a non-working IPv6...

Any known reason?

Never mind; posting this seems to have magically made the ipv6 banner appear back on Geekzone. Go figure.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2033522 11-Jun-2018 10:14
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jamesrt: 
Never mind; posting this seems to have magically made the ipv6 banner appear back on Geekzone. Go figure.

 

Modern Webbrowers have this feature called "Happy Eyeballs". Basically what it does it send the ipv6 packet, and 500ms later sends the ipv4 packet. First packet to come backs wins the session.

 

It then caches from there.

 

I had at times had to quit (just not close it) Chrome to get the ipv6 geekzone logo back.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Happy_Eyeballs


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