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graysonf
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Re: [Business] Unexpected IPv6 address with Business Class stati

What I posted was from a Win 7 box.

The only choice in my m0n0wall router that will work with Comcast IPv6 is to configure the LAN for DHCP-PD.


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said by graysonf:

What I posted was from a Win 7 box.

The only choice in my m0n0wall router that will work with Comcast IPv6 is to configure the LAN for DHCP-PD.

I also use DHCP-PD, but in my D-Link router that is a separate configuration option from "Stateful" and "Stateless".




If I select the "Stateful DHCPv6" option, my Windows XP and static IP boxes don't get native IPv6 addresses (the dual NIC server boxes do however revert to using Comcast's 6to4 tunnel).
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graysonf
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If I needed static IPv6, I'd go back to my HE tunnel. Never had any problems with it.

For some reason my m0n0wall system log is being flooded with something to do with that DHCP-PD configuration:

rtadvd[4649]: received RA from fe80::201:5cff:fe22:c9c1 on non-advertising interface(fxp1)


graysonf
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Alright, I have this sorted. I disabled the generation of Temporary IPv6 Address generation.