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#285987 29-May-2021 10:26
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Came back home to find out no IPv6 for about 36 hours or so. Do I have to restart the Fritz!Box to try and get an IPv6 (I really don't want to restart the whole mesh system)?

 

Why would IPv6 drop and not reconnect?

 





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  #2714986 29-May-2021 10:30
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Didn't restart the router but disabled/enabled the IPv6 option - which basically reset the connection. Then saw the PPP error, despite getting the IPv6 back. Is this normal?

 





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  #2715081 29-May-2021 12:09
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Hiya,

 

Not seeing it here, might be isolated to your connection (unlikely) or BNG.

 

@aspired @pwner - Are there any recent JunOS upgrades/changes to BNGs around Wlg? I think he was on Paraparaumu ...

 

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  #2715176 29-May-2021 12:23
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I'm browsing GZ on IPv6 and I have nothing in the logs that makes me think there was a problem. I have a static IPv6, which you can get when you have a static IPv4, you just have to ask for it.




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  #2715180 29-May-2021 12:30
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timmmay:

 

I'm browsing GZ on IPv6 and I have nothing in the logs that makes me think there was a problem. I have a static IPv6, which you can get when you have a static IPv4, you just have to ask for it.

 

 

I have static addresses as well.





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  #2715184 29-May-2021 12:41
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I too have a static IPv6 with 2degrees. Working fine for me and nothing in my logs. I'm in Auckland though.


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