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Started by srappleyea, November 01, 2014, 12:03:26 PM
Quote from: mattwilson9090 on November 01, 2014, 07:39:52 PMWe didn't say anything about DHCP. However you have DHCP configured for IPv4 won't change as a result of any of this.What we are saying is that the IPv6 addresses that the computers are using needs to come from your routed /64 or /48.I'm guessing that you gave the MicroTik router the Client IPv6 address and nothing else. It needs to also have one of the routed /64 or /48 addresses, and the computers would then have addresses from that same subnet that are assigned statically, via SLAAC, or via DHCPv6.Where are the PC's getting their IPv6 addresses now?
netsh int ipv6 delete address 2001:470:b:523:etcnetsh int ipv6 delete address 2001:470:dcd9:1:etc
netsh interface ipv6 reset
Quote from: mattwilson9090 on November 02, 2014, 01:31:22 PMI'm not sure what you were doing with forwarding or DMZ, but none of that is necessary for an HE tunnel. The HE traffic is passed through via Protocol 41 (not Port 41), and since it's a Protocol, not a Port, you can't even do forwarding of that traffic. There are some ISP's and routers that don't properly pass Protocol 41, and the only solution to that is generally to get different equipment or to get the ISP to life their blocks. Using a DMZ might be a jury rig to get things working, but I wouldn't suggest using it in the long run. Remember, enabling a DMZ, at least the way it's defined on most routers is functionally the same as disabling the "firewall" since it just passes all traffic through without examining it.