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  # 1000975 7-Mar-2014 19:30
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The only two things I have had work over teredo tunnelling are pings and transferring data between torrent peers.
I've only seen pings over teredo when no native v6 is available. I've seen teredo-teredo peer transfers when no v6 is available and native v6-teredo when it is.
This is on W7. Linux, Android, Mac OS and iOS devices also all appear to have no IPv6 problems on my connection.



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  # 1001268 8-Mar-2014 14:05
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So I loaded up the standard firmware on my router last night and tried to connect via IPv6 on my WAN port, no go.. the only thing I could get working was the 6to4 again.

Tried IPv6 on my DV130 and that wouldn't connect at all either.








 
 
 
 


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  # 1001286 8-Mar-2014 14:51
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What settings did you try?
You need to use DHCPv6 with prefix delegation for Snap IPv6 to work.



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  # 1001287 8-Mar-2014 14:54
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Lorenceo: What settings did you try?
You need to use DHCPv6 with prefix delegation for Snap IPv6 to work.


on my DV130 I tried this: 



no such luck.





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  # 1001295 8-Mar-2014 15:21
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I'm using these settings to get it to work:


This is on an Asus RT-N66U running TomatoUSB. I've also had it work on the stock Asus firmware with the same settings.

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  # 1001449 8-Mar-2014 21:19
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hio77:
sorceror: keep in mind that even though you have turned it off on the router, windows still will try and use ipv6 over teredo

i always turn off ipv6 in windows 8 - it's flaky and tends to cause certain software to behave strangely (as windows 8 prefers v6 over v4)


strangely? such as? i haven't seen any strange acting in windows 8.. 


all sorts of weirdness with software that uses v6 and the TUN adapter - not something a normal user would run into, but it happens.

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  # 1001879 9-Mar-2014 20:22
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anyone has got IPv6 up and running in pfSense 2.1?

related setting are following:-


Prefix would be 48 but what else do I need?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1002195 10-Mar-2014 16:46
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On a semi related note, Speedtest.net has enabled v6 and thinks snap's range is in london.

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  # 1002198 10-Mar-2014 16:52
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eXDee: On a semi related note, Speedtest.net has enabled v6 and thinks snap's range is in london.


that would line up with a comment made elsewhere on here...

cant say i have seen them pickup my ipv6 address though.....  geolocation on ipv6 seems very hit and miss, apnic whois doesnt seem to get very far on my ipv6 address now that i pull at it.





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I've had a few hiccups with DNS requests failing, and discovered they weren't being answered over v6, and just timing out. I've disabled ipv6 for now, mostly because i have put a separate tomato router on DHCP and DNS duty, with backup DNS servers, which are v4 only.



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  # 1005121 13-Mar-2014 18:53
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Hm... Still having issues even getting connected to IPv6. I'm at the point of giving up now. I am 99% sure my setup is not to blame on my end, but I don't have the energy to spend hours on the phone to snap either.





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  # 1005387 14-Mar-2014 09:48
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eXDee: I've had a few hiccups with DNS requests failing, and discovered they weren't being answered over v6, and just timing out. I've disabled ipv6 for now, mostly because i have put a separate tomato router on DHCP and DNS duty, with backup DNS servers, which are v4 only.


By the looks of things, setting up ipv6 still abit troublesome, guess I will hold it back too.
Also I think I have reading somewhere on pfsense forum that pfSense 2.1 still having bugs with setting up ipv6 with pppoe.

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