turning on comcast v6
christopher.morrow at gmail.com
Thu Dec 19 04:57:10 UTC 2013
Ok, so... with a little messing around with the raspberry-pi + tp-link +
wide-dhcpv6 client.. success!
more at: http://goo.gl/jnrY7s
On Fri Dec 13 2013 at 3:57:49 PM, Bill Weiss <houdini+nanog at clanspum.net>
> Kinkaid, Kyle(kkinkaid at usgs.gov)@Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 11:46:56AM -0800:
> > On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 11:18 AM, Owen DeLong <owen at delong.com> wrote:
> > > It doesn’t. You can get IPv6 working with off-the-shelf equipment if
> > > choose to.
> > >
> > > Randy chose to use that particular hardware and software combination.
> > I'm curious, do you know of a consumer-grade router which supports
> > DHCPv6-PD? I have been making plans to put OpenWRT on my home router to
> > IPv6 and have found v6 support quite lacking. Most of the routers seem
> > like to focus on various transition technologies like 6to4 tunnels. I
> > would love to go to NewEgg and get a home router for $50 (or even $100)
> > that is ready to go.
> > What's more surprising is even Cisco and Juniper have been lagging. The
> > SRX only got DHCPv6-PD support in the last 6 months or so and I don't
> > the ASA has it yet. However, ISR routers like the 88x and 86x support
> So what it's worth, I'm on Comcast Business, using an ASUS RT-N66U router
> and a Motorola SB6141 modem. IPv6 Just Works on my network. I don't
> remember having to do anything strange to the router to make it work, and
> I'm certainly still running the default firmware.
> Bill Weiss
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