Can you provide us with some kind of time frame for that? Currently I am stuck in a IPv6-only network and it would be really helpful, if I could SSTP VPN to my infrastructure over IPv6.Currently you can't connect to the router using IPv6 address. This feature will be added in future versions.
Is there any updates as to when it's expected to be able to connect with SSTP using the IPv6 address?Currently you can't connect to the router using IPv6 address. This feature will be added in future versions.
This appears to still be an issue that also applies to normal L2TP road warrior VPNs.Currently you can't connect to the router using IPv6 address. This feature will be added in future versions.
Yup, really needed. Set a calendar invite w/your team MRZ and get the community a formal update on all things IPv6 at MikroTik. A lot of threads lately about the feature parity that needs to be addressed.Would it be possible to get an IPv6 roadmap?
This and many other IPv6 related features seem to just get ignored.
may we have this also for L2TP?
This was 7 years ago. How future was that version you were talking about MRZ?
I just tried it in CHR 6.41rc and . . . it stiiiil doesn't work.This was 7 years ago. How future was that version you were talking about MRZ?
Given that this thread started quite a long while ago and Mikrotik's position was that SSTP over IPv6 was going to be implemented in the future - is there any chance that this might make the features road map after v6.41 is finalized. I know that the HW forwarding changes are probably consuming lots of time and effort over there, but IPv6 really does need to taken seriously.Currently only tunnels you can use for transporting IPv4 over IPv6 is EoIPv6 Gre6, and IPSec
Thanks for being forthright about that. I do hope that ROSv7 reaches beta soon, in that case. I can't even remember all of the things that are promised to be fixed in v7, but it's a lot, and much of it in the IPv4 side of the house. Mikrotik is such a fantastic product in so many ways, I hate to see such a shocking gap in feature parity where IPv6 is concerned. I can use a Mikrotik to do damned-near anything I can imagine in IPv4 - their utility as a troubleshooting tool, workaround tool, execellent low-cost CPE, etc is mind boggling. In IPv6, though, all of that goes right out the window.Most likely new IPv6 features will not be added in ROS v6.
Thank for the honest feedback. At least I know for certain I do not need to watch the RC patch notes anxiously. I'll continue to ask but know that myself and others require IPv6 support. Without it I cannot recommend your product for anything past layer 2. That requirement will not change and others in our situation will only grow.Most likely new IPv6 features will not be added in ROS v6.