Is that specific to RouterOS?IPv6 routing is mutually exclusive with address assignment using ND
NoIs that specific to RouterOS?IPv6 routing is mutually exclusive with address assignment using ND
My experience is that once you enable forwarding on a Linux box, stateless autoconfigure is turned off.I have CentOS boxes that get IPv6 connectivity on an interface with ND, and then route other v6 subnets to other interfaces. I'm just trying to reproduce that here.
/ipv6 settings set accept-router-advertisements=yes forward=yes
/ipv6 settings set accept-router-advertisements=no forward=no
When I enable forward=yes - all IPv6 stops working.
The provider (Vultr) only supports IPv6 via ND.
Is that the consensus? I also think there is some bug / issue at play when setting forward=yes that prevents the router seeking and honouring ND routes.I think the accept-router-advertisements option is buggy
I've just spun up another clean CHR - accept-router-advertisements can not be changed. It is permanently set to "yes-if-forwarding-disabled".seems to ignore first two options when set.
I don't know if he had sent the mail to support some time earlier, but his original post on this thread was sentIt might take few days before you get response from support.
I fully agree with that. Unfortunately it appears Vultr is doing things differently. It is always hard to blame ISP's ofIf you want globally routable IPv6 addresses on your local network you have to get the prefix from your ISP and you have to get that prefix routed via your router. For this, you have to have DHCP-PD client configured on your router. You need the IPv6 prefix.
Yet there is still no working way of setting things like a DNS server in a local network... One party uses method 1 (RA with later extensions) the other uses method 2 (DHCPv6)...Totally disagree, IPv6 specification is very thoroughly thought out. Basic things have not changed from 1998 when initial specifications were established. Yes, there are some changes to fix some broken stuff or stuff that does not work as expected.