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  # 1749557 28-Mar-2017 16:20
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We'd prefer for IPv6 testing to be done via PPP, as PPP is our officially supported connection method. :)

 

It's my understanding that @michaelmurfy got v6 going on his ERL via PPPoE, although he'll likely be able to confirm.


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  # 1749561 28-Mar-2017 16:24
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From previous page, not sure if he had it working on PPPoE and moved to IPoE and changes were made on your end that broke it?

 

I'm running the below, is @michaelmurfy on a newer beta version that may have some fixes?

 

mentalinc@ubnt:~$ show version
Version: v1.9.1
Build ID: 4939093
Build on: 12/14/16 07:05

 

 

 

michaelmurfy:

 

I personally use IPoE at the moment but have tested PPPoE with the same configuration totally fine.

 

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

 

 

mtu 1508

 





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  # 1749580 28-Mar-2017 16:42
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mentalinc:

 

From previous page, not sure if he had it working on PPPoE and moved to IPoE and changes were made on your end that broke it?

 

I'm running the below, is @michaelmurfy on a newer beta version that may have some fixes?

 

mentalinc@ubnt:~$ show version
Version: v1.9.1
Build ID: 4939093
Build on: 12/14/16 07:05

 

Yes you're right - I am currently running this on IPoE. You could ask BigPipe to move you to IPoE however I'd wait as I have had this working on PPPoE successfully. I've got 2x BigPipe connections at different addresses both on Gigabit UFB and both using the exact same network gear (Edgerouter, even same switch, UniFi etc). I've asked @ipv6pipe to enable IPv6 on this connection and will get it running when I get home from work tonight.

 

Also as for the Edgerouter firmware I am running the same version as you.





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  # 1749602 28-Mar-2017 17:08
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michaelmurfy:

 

I've asked @ipv6pipe to enable IPv6 on this connection and will get it running when I get home from work tonight.

 

 

Well now, is that a chance to still send you to mrp? ;)





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  # 1749606 28-Mar-2017 17:16
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Anyone that has vestigial IPoE enabled on their line is free to continue using it, but our focus for this Beta is finding and working out any bugs that may come up with IPv6 via a PPP connection. :)


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  # 1749690 28-Mar-2017 19:25
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Hey my apologies. I've found a bug in the Edgerouter with committing the configuration. @taubin and @mentalinc are you able to confirm you're getting this?

 

mmurphy@edgerouter:~$ release dhcpv6-pd interface pppoe0
Stopping daemon...
sed: can't read /etc/radvd.conf: No such file or directory
Unable to edit radvd system config file. Exit code 512

 

I got this on my own Edgerouter which stopped DHCPv6-PD from working. I'll fix it up when I get home and have more time to work on it. I thought it was initially with my own configuration but confirmed on another Edgerouter and can't quite remember how I fixed this.





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  # 1749692 28-Mar-2017 19:28
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Same output for me @michaelmurfy :

 

 

 

Taubin@ubnt:~$ release dhcpv6-pd interface pppoe0
Stopping daemon...
sed: can't read /etc/radvd.conf: No such file or directory
Unable to edit radvd system config file. Exit code 512


 
 
 
 


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  # 1749699 28-Mar-2017 19:39
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Taubin:

 

Same output for me @michaelmurfy :

 

Taubin@ubnt:~$ release dhcpv6-pd interface pppoe0
Stopping daemon...
sed: can't read /etc/radvd.conf: No such file or directory
Unable to edit radvd system config file. Exit code 512

 

 

Perfect. Found the problem. It is an Edgerouter bug. I'll let you know the solution later on (don't want to keep rebooting my friends router).





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  # 1749702 28-Mar-2017 19:41
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Awesome, thank you very much for the help! 


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  # 1749722 28-Mar-2017 20:11
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Any noticeable changes once switching across to ipv6? speed? latency?





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  # 1749746 28-Mar-2017 20:40
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 Below is work in progress, not got an IPv6 address yet..

 

 

 

Try the command

 

mentalinc@ubnt# set interfaces ethernet eth0  ipv6 router-advert prefix ::/60
[edit]
mentalinc@ubnt# commit
[ interfaces ethernet eth0 ipv6 router-advert ]
Re-generating radvd config file for interface eth0...
Starting radvd...
Starting radvd: radvd.

 

[edit]

 

seems to create the file and stop the issue...

 

 

 

mentalinc@ubnt:~$ release dhcpv6-pd interface pppoe0
Stopping daemon...

 

mentalinc@ubnt:~$





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  # 1749765 28-Mar-2017 20:57
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matisyahu:

 

Any noticeable changes once switching across to ipv6? speed? latency?

 

 

There shouldn't be any significant difference in either between the two. It is possible that outside the Bigpipe network IPv4 traffic and IPv6 traffic will take different routes, potentially leading to a difference in latency and throughput. As this happens outside of our network though we have very little influence over it.


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  # 1749769 28-Mar-2017 21:00
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mentalinc:

 

 Below is work in progress, not got an IPv6 address yet..

 

 

 

Try the command

 

mentalinc@ubnt# set interfaces ethernet eth0  ipv6 router-advert prefix ::/60

 

/snip

 

 

 

 

That seems to have worked

 

Taubin@ubnt:~$ release dhcpv6-pd interface pppoe0
DHCPv6 client is already released on interface pppoe0.


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  # 1749774 28-Mar-2017 21:06
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@taubin do you have an ipv6 address now?

 

I'm still getting nothing..





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  # 1749776 28-Mar-2017 21:07
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@mentalinc Nope, still no ipv6 unfortunately


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