Dashboard Prior to upgrade
Interfaces Prior to upgrade
Dashboard After upgrade
Interfaces After upgrade
I went ahead and did a clean install of pfsense. The version information is below
built on Sun Jan 6 05:42:27 EST 2013
Good news is that everything is now working!
I also want to point out the difference in the WAN Interface screens. If you look at the one before the upgrade, the WAN Interface showed a Subnet mask IPv6 of "64". After moving to the new version, that value is now showing as "128", as indicated by the red arrows.
At this point, I have made ZERO changes to the configuration of pfSense (outside of changing the default admin password). Both IPv6 test sites now return 10/10, and the Comcast IPv6 Speed test site is working as well. I did some ping tests to known IPv6 sites, and they work. I also did a nslookup to that site, and returned both the IP and the name (depending on how I did the lookup) and that also worked without issue.
For reference, the changes that I made in the last version are below.
Add a WAN Rule for IPv6
Firewall --> Rules --> WAN
TCP/IP Version: IPv6
Source: No changes
Destination: No changes
Destination port range: No changes
Description: Added to allow IPv6
Modify the IPv6 Configuration Type
Interfaces --> WAN
IPv6 Configuration Type: DHCP6
Again, I did not
have to do either change. In regards to the IPv6 configuration type, it was already set as DHCP6. I also did not add the firewall rule on the WAN side as noted above, as things "appear" to be working without it.
If anyone has any questions, or needs to see any additional screens, let me know and I'll be happy to post them.
Interesting I just noticed that I "lost" the following two ISP DNS Servers
They were present under the WAN Interface prior to the install, and now they do not show up.
As I said, things "appear" to work without them, so I don't know if they are needed or not. However, I did want to point that out just in case I need to modify something to get them to show up again on the WAN Interface screen.
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