How? NAT64 -> NAT44?New years gift to our loyal forum users. This is the list of features we have planned to complete within the next 6 months, for v5:
lol, did the O/P not know the Latvian's work faster in the winter to keep warmso and where did you get that number?12-18 months before ROS really supports IPv6 completely.
?we could make v5 full release in 2 months, and release v6 beta the day after that. just sayin
Beta != Release
That has to be the most narrow-minded comment I have ever seen. "RouterOS is never complete because we always add stuff to it".?we could make v5 full release in 2 months, and release v6 beta the day after that. just sayin
Beta != Release
Release means when something is available to the public. How stable or complete that release is, is another question. As you know, versions keep changing, and new features get added since 1996, so there is not one "final" or "complete" version out there.
This will help.- IP Pool support; for PPP and DHCP (to manage networks instead of addresses)
Will this be something that works for all address types or just link-local? If the MT is in router mode, wouldn't this break the specification? Or is this DHCPv6 client? I'm not complaining, but wanting to understand what you are saying.- IPv6 Address auto-configuration from other routers
YIPPEE!! One of the VERY important features.- IPv6 DHCP stateless configuration & prefix assignment
A good question - I keep an eye on the changelogs, but it hasn't appeared yet. It's critical for me - my ISP does dual-stack V4/V6, and I'm unable to use IPv6 because the RB750 does not do DHCPv6/PD. My only option would be to pull the RB750 out and put the Cisco back in (with the corresponding increase in power bill).Our ISP has just announced support for IPv6 Prefix Delegation on PPP using DHCPv6
How long until we see support for this in RouterOS ???
I think whis will never make it to the TODO list...Still no sign of IPv6 mangle mark routing ??? so still can't do nth load balancing.
I agree . unfortunately other solutions have no success also http://forum.mikrotik.com/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=53586DHCPv6-PD is fast becoming the most critical feature missing from ROS, The only reason I can see that it hasn't been added yet is MT simple aren't putting any energy into IPv6. I think it's time (again! since things seem to happen only when we kick up a fuss) to all e-mail MT support about DHCPv6-PD and other key IPv6 features
we are working on itDHCPv6-PD is fast becoming the most critical feature missing from ROS, The only reason I can see that it hasn't been added yet is MT simple aren't putting any energy into IPv6. I think it's time (again! since things seem to happen only when we kick up a fuss) to all e-mail MT support about DHCPv6-PD and other key IPv6 features
Can you pass IPv6 network routes to attached PPPoE clients assigned through Radius?It works here (ROS 5.4). I just miss dynamic ipv6 address-lists.I am impatient to see full IPv6 PPPoE-server support in ROS. I would allow me to throw away several ciscos.
Ok I will make some test in the next days. Are you planning to fix the OSPF issue in the next release?Yes, with Framed-IPv6-Prefix. They stuck in ospf, though, Ticket#2011051866000501.Can you pass IPv6 network routes to attached PPPoE clients assigned through Radius?
- IPsec IPv6 support with IKE v2 IKE v3 (probably in v6 beta) - DONE
- IP Pool support; for PPP and DHCP (to manage networks instead of addresses) - DONE
- IPv6 Address auto-configuration from other routers - hopefully next week
- IPv6 DHCP prefix assignment - DONE
- IPv6 DHCP stateless configuration
- SSTP IPv6
- L2TP IPv6 (also probably only for v6 beta)