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See also the configuration examples on the IPv6 Knowledge-base page referenced above.
 
See also the configuration examples on the IPv6 Knowledge-base page referenced above.

Revision as of 17:38, 17 November 2015

Related Pages on the A&A Website:

Useful Blog/HOWTO Entries

IPv6 ready hardware

The following equipment has been successfully used as an IPv6 Router for home use. These are known as CPE or Customer Premises Equipment.

  • Linksys NSLU2 running OpenWRT 10.03 (Backfire) with a Netgear DM111P ADSL2+ DSL Modem
  • Linksys NSLU2 running Debian Squeeze with a SpeedTouch USB ADSL modem Guide
  • Netgear DG834v2 running OpenWRT 8.09 (Kamikaze)
  • Linksys WRTU54G-TM running OpenWRT trunk build with a Netgear DM111P Modem
  • Netgear WNR854T running OpenWRT 10.03 (Backfire) with BT Openreach modem on FTTC
  • Cisco devices running 12.4 and above
  • Our FireBrick 2700 page has info on Native IPv6 config (also applies to 2500)
  • Vigor 120 - earlier firmware versions have problems with IPv6
  • Billion BiPAC 7800N with firmware 1.06d
  • The MikroTik RouterOS page has information on IPv6 configuration

The search for additional IPv6 CPE possibilities: IPv6CPESearch

Native IPv6 Connections

IPv6 over IP Tunnelled Connections

See also the configuration examples on the IPv6 Knowledge-base page referenced above.

FireBrick 2500/2700

It's quite easy.... Assuming you have an IPv6 block allocated to your line on Clueless and you're using the FB for PPPoE, then all the FB config needs is:

  • An IPv6 address on the LAN subnet
  • ra="true" in the subnet