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Topic # 238142 4-Jul-2018 19:18
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Hi We've had some discussions back and forward on the Ubiquiti Edgerouter Tutorial thread below. https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=66&topicid=205740&page_no=22#2048920 

 

Seems two of us are having issues when using the same config setup as a known working IPv6 connection.

 

The working connection has static IP, the two that aren't working don't have a static IP setup.

 

Prefix-length is /56 MTU is 1500 Firewall is allowing icmpv6 and 546 and 547

 

When i had prefix of /48 devices would receive a IPv6 address but they couldn't route traffic at all, not even the edge router. Any thoughts on what the issue could be?





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  Reply # 2049242 4-Jul-2018 20:44
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DHCPv6-PD

 

 

With a non static it's not possible to set manually as every reboot issues a new range - the IPv6 is not sticky.




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  Reply # 2049385 5-Jul-2018 01:31
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mentalinc: DHCPv6-PD With a non static it's not possible to set manually as every reboot issues a new range - the IPv6 is not sticky.

 

What happens when you set the MTU to 1492?





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  Reply # 2049466 5-Jul-2018 09:46
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Same result. no IP's being assigned to devices, but eth2 has a /56 assigned to it.





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  Reply # 2049593 5-Jul-2018 10:45
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Checked with Chorus and supposedly i'm not affected by the Chorus ONT IPV6 issue so i'm back in the same boat as @mentalinc




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  Reply # 2049679 5-Jul-2018 12:06
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Also confirmed I'm not impacted by the bug chorus are experiencing...





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  Reply # 2049687 5-Jul-2018 12:11
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Could one of you please run a backup of your configuration / factory reset and run the wizard?







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  Reply # 2049697 5-Jul-2018 12:15
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I have done that several times over

 

Reset config from menu
Reset device using reset button

 

Run the Wizard then the extra commands per the guide.

 

Same result, no IPv6





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  Reply # 2050250 6-Jul-2018 08:22
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Did the complete reset last night and just loaded the basic config as per the example and still nothing (had ipv6 on bigpipe before/same router with no issues), I have a feeling the problem must be some configuration issue at 2degrees side on my account.




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  Reply # 2050356 6-Jul-2018 10:59
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I also had IPv6 working fine with bigpipe with no issues.





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  Reply # 2050623 6-Jul-2018 15:20
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After a long call with a patient 2degrees call centre agent my issue is finally resolved, they removed ipv6 and re-added it to my account and everything is operational now.




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  Reply # 2050653 6-Jul-2018 16:13
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Awesome will give them a call myself.

 

Do you have the CSR name by chance? (please PM if you do not in public fourm)





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  Reply # 2050690 6-Jul-2018 17:49
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No idea who the CSR was but they weren't technical but kept putting me on hold to speak to some team lead person, sorry I also forgot to mention they told me to use prefix-length /48

 

set interfaces ethernet eth0 vif 10 pppoe 0 dhcpv6-pd pd 0 prefix-length /48

 

 




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  Reply # 2050693 6-Jul-2018 18:00
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Cool have sent support an email, will update prefix which last gave everything an address but traffic wouldn't route




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  Reply # 2050919 7-Jul-2018 07:40
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@michaelmurfy

 

Suggest you add a section to your great guide.

 

If you have followed the process and have tried both /56 and /48 per the below lines

 

 

set interfaces ethernet eth0 vif 10 pppoe 0 dhcpv6-pd pd 0 prefix-length /48

 

 

Reach out to 2degrees and get them to remove and re-add IPv6 to your account as we're both now sorted with IPv6 after that change by their support teams




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