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  Reply # 1997335 16-Apr-2018 22:41
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@c0ld

These are the settings that work for me on 2deg fibre.

For internet:
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And in LAN:
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  Reply # 1997401 17-Apr-2018 07:42
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tanivula: @c0ld

These are the settings that work for me on 2deg fibre.

For internet:


And in LAN:

 

A massive thanks for taking the time to post those settings but same issue / error message unfortunately. Pretty confident the issue is somewhere between the ONT and Chorus / my ISP. 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1997446 17-Apr-2018 08:08
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Still not working for me on a Edgerouter.

 

Out of curiosity what prefix-length are Edgerouter users using /56 - /64? Would that make a difference?

 

 




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  Reply # 1997839 17-Apr-2018 14:18
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c0ld:

 

tanivula: @c0ld

These are the settings that work for me on 2deg fibre.

For internet:


And in LAN:

 

A massive thanks for taking the time to post those settings but same issue / error message unfortunately. Pretty confident the issue is somewhere between the ONT and Chorus / my ISP. 

 

 

Nope. Still broken. @2degreescare any help here please? Greatly appreciated!


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  Reply # 1997974 17-Apr-2018 16:39
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BlackHand:

 

Still not working for me on a Edgerouter.

 

Out of curiosity what prefix-length are Edgerouter users using /56 - /64? Would that make a difference?

 

 

 

 

2degrees provides a /56 for IPv6.  You definitely need to be using the correct settings for that.  Do you pay for static IP addreses?  The setup for that can be done using just the static address, instead of having to negotiate with the 2D router to get the address and then delegate it.  You can find your static addresses by logging in to your 2D account and looking at the summary page.  The setup for that is much simpler.


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  Reply # 1997987 17-Apr-2018 17:21
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fe31nz:

 

The setup for that can be done using just the static address, instead of having to negotiate with the 2D router to get the address and then delegate it.  You can find your static addresses by logging in to your 2D account and looking at the summary page.  The setup for that is much simpler.

 

 

At the moment affected connections won't be able to use IPv6 at all - even if using a static IP.

 

I'm affected by the issue too, and manually configuring a static didn't help.





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