Question about migrating to IPv6 with multiple upstreams.

Matthew Reath matt at mattreath.com
Sat Jun 11 23:08:42 CDT 2011


>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Matthew Reath [mailto:matt at mattreath.com]
>> Sent: June-11-11 11:22 PM
>> To: Randy Carpenter
>> Cc: nanog at nanog.org
>> Subject: Re: Question about migrating to IPv6 with multiple upstreams.
>>
>> Standard IP routing, the default gateway of the network can decide based
>> on a route entry whether to send it to the cable modem or send it to the
>> firewall.
>
> If the source block is not routed via both connections it won't work
> without
> NAT.  I had this same problem trying to use my ISP's native v6 over PPPoE
> and maintain a tunnel as backup since it was still pretty flaky as they
> were
> testing it at the time ... no way a residential ISP is going to route 3rd
> party blocks for all their customers, and no chance the tunnel provider
> was
> going to route the block my ISP assigned me either ... with no NAT66 in
> Tomato/ddWRT/etc it was 100% impossible to have multiple connections ...
>
>

Are you able to create ip6ip tunnels from your firewall/router to each
customer?

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