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I have two SB6120 modems configured for 30/5, although they don't have the latest firmware. I can't get native IPv6, even with a direct laptop connection to the modem.
However, on a recently provided Arris modem with 8 channels instead of 4, I did get IPv6, and all tests at test-ipv6.com passed, except that there seems to be no RoadRunner IPv6 DNS, so the IPv4 DNS is used. Then I tried to pass IPv6 through my Netgear WNDR3700 using the latest firmware, and both the Auto-Config and DHCP options failed to pass IPv6 through to network clients. Then I rebooted the modem, and now the Netgear doesn't even see that the modem also has an IPv6 address.
Is this because of immature IPv6 stack support in the modem and/or router? Should I select an option other than "Auto-Config" or "DHCP"? Should I manually enter an IPv6 DNS somewhere?
Advice much appreciated. I love my WNDR3700, so I hope it's not the problem.