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  # 1749119 28-Mar-2017 00:33
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As promised - Edgerouter configuration for @mentalinc with a small bonus for PiHole owners.

 

On your Edgerouter - you're needing to do this via the CLI under "configure" - this is assuming that you've got your WAN interface as PPPoE on eth0:

 

Clean up your old configuration first:

 

delete interface eth0 pppoe 0 dhcpv6-pd
delete interface eth0 pppoe 0 ipv6
delete interface eth1 ipv6
commit
save

 

Then set dhcpv6-pd up on your WAN interface (eth0 pppoe 0):

 

set interfaces ethernet eth0 pppoe 0 ipv6 enable
edit interfaces ethernet eth0 pppoe 0 dhcpv6-pd pd 0
set prefix-length /60
set interface eth1 host-address ::1
set interface eth1 prefix-id :0
set interface eth1 service slaac
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commit

 

If you're wanting eth2 also then basically repeat with "eth2 prefix-id :2" and so-on. If you've got your own internal DNS you're wanting to use you'll need to run "set no-dns" above also.

 

Set a default route:
set protocols static interface-route6 ::/0 next-hop-interface pppoe0
commit
save

 

For Firewalling since I don't want to make a massive post the firewall configuration I use is available on https://murfy.nz/files/er_v6.txt - Don't just copy and paste this, ensure it is going to work for you before using it. I personally use a little bit of a different configuration since I have different needs however this configuration will just enable a basic firewall that drops all incoming except related and allows ICMPv6 (ping). You'll need to reboot your Edgerouter after configuration. I've found it doesn't quite behave as expected until a reboot with IPv6.

 

If you're running a PiHole then you essentially need to enable IPv6 on it. I personally did this by running "pihole -r" from the command prompt but before doing this it is best to configure a static IPv6 address (note since BigPipe issue "sticky" addresses your address shouldn't change, but if it does then you'll need to manually update the address on your PiHole).

 

From the CLI edit /etc/dhcpcd.conf adding "denyinterfaces eth0" (without quotes) to the end of the configuration and comment out anything related to your eth0 interface + slaac like this: https://img.murfy.nz/pYbGA

 

Next, edit /etc/network/interfaces and set your IPv6 up replacing your existing eth0 configuration (don't copy and paste this, use it as an example and edit for your needs. /64 is the internal prefix):

 

auto eth0
iface eth0 inet static
address 192.168.2.4
netmask 255.255.255.0
gateway 192.168.2.1

iface eth0 inet6 static
address 2403:9800:c048:xx::2
gateway 2403:9800:c048:xx::1
netmask 64

 

From this point you're pretty safe to just reboot your Pi. It should start responding over your IPv6 address as well as IPv4. Run "pihole -r" to reconfigure your Pi for IPv6. Go to your PiHole admin page and set your IPv6 DNS like so https://img.murfy.nz/u2SS4. It'll start responding over IPv6 now and should block ads over IPv6 also. I personally don't use the IPv6 address internally (it is more for the web server) but your PiHole will talk to BigPipe's IPv6 nameservers for most requests (neat!).

 

Hope this helps.





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  # 1749146 28-Mar-2017 07:26
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Doesn't seem to work... Running off the config from the tutorial thread.

 

If i type the above nothing happens.

 

If I go into the ERL webui and change the eth0 from "no address" to use DHCP for v6. I now see an IPv6 address shown as below from command line.

 

But no IPv6 seems to be getting served to internal hosts.

 

 

 

mentalinc@ubnt:~$ show interfaces
Codes: S - State, L - Link, u - Up, D - Down, A - Admin Down
Interface IP Address S/L Description
--------- ---------- --- -----------
eth0 2403:9800:................/64
u/u Internet (PPPoE)
eth1 192.168.1.1/24 u/u Local
eth2 192.168.2.1/24 u/u Local 2
lo 127.0.0.1/8 u/u
::1/128
pppoe0 IPV4 address here u/u

 

 

 

 

 

Also pihole doesn't seem to pull the ipv6 static ip into the web ui





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  # 1749155 28-Mar-2017 08:01
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Still no luck with a factory reset of pfSense. Set up my Bigpipe connection with IPv4 as usual, using Bigpipe/Bigpipe for the username and password, VLAN 10. Enabling IPv6, I end up with a link local address if I set "Only request an IPv6 prefix, do not request an IPv6 address", and nothing if I don't (edit: on the main status page). But I do see the following odd PPP log entry. Not much information relating to this error on the forums...

 

 

 

Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] IPCP: rec'd Configure Ack #3 (Ack-Sent)
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] IPADDR 210.54.xx.xx
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] PRIDNS 203.96.123.1
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] SECDNS 203.96.123.2
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] IPCP: state change Ack-Sent --> Opened
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] IPCP: LayerUp
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] 210.54.xx.xx -> 210.54.39.1
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IFACE: Up event
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IFACE: Rename interface ng0 to pppoe0
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan_link0] rec'd unexpected protocol IPv6
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan_link0] rec'd unexpected protocol IPv6
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IPV6CP: rec'd Configure Ack #2 (Ack-Sent)
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IPV6CP: state change Ack-Sent --> Opened
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IPV6CP: LayerUp
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] 0000:0002:0002:0031 -> e2ac:f1ff:fe81:b102


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  # 1749161 28-Mar-2017 08:20
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 Unfortunately it's not working for me on ERL either. I fully reset and followed the initial setup tutorial

 

Output is similar to @mentalinc

 

Taubin@ubnt:~$ show interfaces
Codes: S - State, L - Link, u - Up, D - Down, A - Admin Down
Interface IP Address S/L Description
--------- ---------- --- -----------
eth0 - u/u Internet (PPPoE)
eth1 192.168.0.1/24 u/u Local
eth2 192.168.2.1/24 u/D Local 2
lo 127.0.0.1/8 u/u
::1/128
pppoe0 IPV4here u/u


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  # 1749183 28-Mar-2017 09:43
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SirHumphreyAppleby:

 

Still no luck with a factory reset of pfSense. Set up my Bigpipe connection with IPv4 as usual, using Bigpipe/Bigpipe for the username and password, VLAN 10. Enabling IPv6, I end up with a link local address if I set "Only request an IPv6 prefix, do not request an IPv6 address", and nothing if I don't (edit: on the main status page). But I do see the following odd PPP log entry. Not much information relating to this error on the forums...

 

 

 

Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] IPCP: rec'd Configure Ack #3 (Ack-Sent)
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] IPADDR 210.54.xx.xx
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] PRIDNS 203.96.123.1
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] SECDNS 203.96.123.2
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] IPCP: state change Ack-Sent --> Opened
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] IPCP: LayerUp
Mar 27 18:44:38     ppp         [wan] 210.54.xx.xx -> 210.54.39.1
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IFACE: Up event
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IFACE: Rename interface ng0 to pppoe0
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan_link0] rec'd unexpected protocol IPv6
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan_link0] rec'd unexpected protocol IPv6
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IPV6CP: rec'd Configure Ack #2 (Ack-Sent)
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IPV6CP: state change Ack-Sent --> Opened
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] IPV6CP: LayerUp
Mar 27 18:44:39     ppp         [wan] 0000:0002:0002:0031 -> e2ac:f1ff:fe81:b102

 

 

 

 

A link-local address on the WAN interface is normal with the option to request a prefix only. If properly configured & working, a global address will be assigned to the LAN interface.

 

If you choose the option to request an IP as well as prefix, your WAN interface should be assigned a /128 address


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  # 1749215 28-Mar-2017 10:04
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Here is a paste of my settings as well in case it helps. I'm pretty sure I removed anything important (user names)

 

 

 

https://pastebin.com/NLmqfze8


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  # 1749218 28-Mar-2017 10:15
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How long do you envision the beta going on for before this is released to all users?

 

Presumably it won't be as long as xnets trial :-)

 

 


 
 
 
 




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  # 1749290 28-Mar-2017 11:15
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dolsen:

 

How long do you envision the beta going on for before this is released to all users?

 

Presumably it won't be as long as xnets trial :-)

 

 

About as long as the Gmail beta went for is my guess

 

 

 

I kid, but we haven't locked in a timeframe for a consumer release yet.





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  # 1749295 28-Mar-2017 11:21
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Brumfondl:

Seems to be working fine and dandy for me using the BigPipe modem. I set it to use IPv4 and v6, with v6 coming through DHCP. I now have the IPv6 badge so I shall take that as a sign of success :)

 

 

I use the Firefox add-on IPvFox and/or Chrome extension IPvFoo to see whether I'm viewing a website over IPv6 or IPv4

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  # 1749340 28-Mar-2017 12:32
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I also assume we need to do something like the below on ERL for offloading to get full gigabit?

 

 

 

set system offload ipv6 vlan enable
set system offload ipv6 pppoe enable




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  # 1749354 28-Mar-2017 12:53
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mentalinc:

 

I also assume we need to do something like the below on ERL for offloading to get full gigabit?

 

set system offload ipv6 vlan enable
set system offload ipv6 pppoe enable

 

 

Ah yes I missed that step. I remember I had to reboot my ERL a few times before IPv6 got enabled. I personally use IPoE at the moment but have tested PPPoE with the same configuration totally fine. Also just had a look at @Taubin's config and it appears to be totally fine (the configuration wizard does indeed work). Here is the WAN configuration snippit from my configuration:

 

mmurphy@charmander# show interfaces ethernet eth0 vif 10

 

address dhcp

 

description "BigPipe IPoE"

 

dhcpv6-pd {

 

no-dns

 

pd 0 {

 

interface eth1 {

 

host-address ::1

 

prefix-id :1

 

service slaac

 

}

 

interface eth1.20 {

 

host-address ::1

 

prefix-id :2

 

service slaac

 

}

 

prefix-length /60

 

}

 

rapid-commit enable

 

}

 

firewall {

 

in {

 

ipv6-name WANv6_IN

 

name WAN_IN

 

}

 

local {

 

ipv6-name WANv6_LOCAL

 

name WAN_LOCAL

 

}

 

}

 

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  # 1749359 28-Mar-2017 12:57
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Thanks @michaelmurphy it appears to be an issue with either bigpipe, or my Vigor130. I've connected my computer straight to the modem and reset it, and it's refusing to pull an IPV6 address. 

 

 

 

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Taubin:

 

Thanks @michaelmurphy it appears to be an issue with either bigpipe, or my Vigor130. I've connected my computer straight to the modem and reset it, and it's refusing to pull an IPV6 address.

 

 

From memory it took around 3-5 reboots before it was working with me - I was pulling my hair out. Gave up, went to sleep and it was working in the morning with the same configration (not sure if @ipv6pipe changed anything). Bare in mind I am on UFB and have no way to test with ADSL/VDSL :)





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  # 1749362 28-Mar-2017 13:02
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 Interesting metric for the BP v6, seems to have stirred up other v6 threads about here.





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michaelmurfy:

 

Taubin:

 

Thanks @michaelmurphy it appears to be an issue with either bigpipe, or my Vigor130. I've connected my computer straight to the modem and reset it, and it's refusing to pull an IPV6 address.

 

 

From memory it took around 3-5 reboots before it was working with me - I was pulling my hair out. Gave up, went to sleep and it was working in the morning with the same configration (not sure if @ipv6pipe changed anything). Bare in mind I am on UFB and have no way to test with ADSL/VDSL :)

 

 

 

 

should sit there toggling blacknull for your v6 traffic ;) leave you to pull your hair out some more!





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