[IPv6] IPv6 + Tomato Comcast has deployed IPv6 where I live (I get IPv4 and IPv6 when plugging my computer directly into the modem). I've been playing around with IPv6 settings in Tomato (specifically, Toastman 1.28.7498.1 STD) trying to get a /64 block assignment, and I haven't been successful so far.
I've tried both Native IPv6 from ISP and DHCPv6 with Prefix Delegation, with the settings shown in the respective screenshots and all reasonable variants, without success (the DHCPv6 one automatically acquires the correct IPv6 DNS servers, 2001:558:feed::1 and 2001:558:feed::2, but a WAN-facing IPv6 address is not assigned).
I got 6to4 Anycast Relay working with the settings in that screenshot, but I'd much prefer native IPv6 over a tunnel.
I am having the same issue with the same build of Tomato.
reply to rgolds
I'm having the same issue with CentOS. Using dhcp6c in foreground debug mode and tcpdump I was able to manually configure everything, but something's definitely borked.