I am trying to achieve working IPv6 internet connection through PPTP VPN connection (from Windows 7 to RouterOS), but "public" (e.g. not local-link) IPv6 address is not assigned to client.
I have Mikrotik router with RouterOS (version 5 rc at home, which has native IPv6 connectivity to internet. I have /48 scope assigned. At work, I have Windows 7 computer with only IPv4 connectivity (and company's firewall-limited internet connectivity). So my idea was to create VPN connection to my home router and I hoped, that I will be able to configure RouterOS to assign public IPv6 address to VPN client.
I tried to use PPTP (I want to try SSTP additionally), but Windows 7 client has only link-local IPv6 address assigned, not public.
I also tried to specify IPv6 scope for PPTP interface, but it is not possible (error 6).
I choose PPTP (or SSTP, but it is only available in Windows 7 while my friends/parents use mostly Windows XP), because I plan to use such mechanism for any computer, which has no IPv6 connectivity (this computer at work is only testing case) and PPTP VPN is working in most cases and is easy to configure on client side (in Windows)...
Please can you help me? Is it possible to do this with actual RouterOS version? Will be possible to do this with "final" IPv6 RouterOS implementation? Or, is it suitable idea/mechanism at all?