Did I setup ipv6 correctly? None of the ipv6 test websites are detecting that I have ipv6 enabled, even though I am being issued an ipv4 and ipv6 address. These are my settings; I have enabled ipv6 with prefix delegation on my router (cable modem is in bridge mode):
This is what it looks like, fully configured and running:
Should I select a different option from the IPv6 service type, instead of 'DHCPv6 with Prefix Delegation'?
@user-v5 here's a reference post for IPV6 settings:
Ok, so, try this:
IPv6 Service Type: Native IPv6 from ISP
Prefix Length: /64 or /56 /56 is supported now. By now all of the CMTS equipment should be ready for this. If you try it and it doesn't work, switch to a /64
Request PD Only: Enabled
Accept RA from: WAN I believe this is correct but don't quote me on this one
The settings from your router seems fine you should be getting an IPv6 address even with DHCPv6 w/ Prefix Delegation. I'm assuming that you ran an IPv6 test on this site http://ipv6-test.com/ while you are connected to your router? Also, did you reset the modem in order to to enable IPv6? If you did and I would reccomend rebooting the router. You should also try selecting Native IPv6 address from ISP if the above doesn't work.
The CGN3 settings fine. Either native ipv6 or dhcp6 delegation can be selected on the router behind the CGN3. So the question is what type of router you have behind the CGN3?
Aside from that, the CGN3 will need to be factory reset at least once in order for the modem to pick-up the IPv6 configuration.
@Basherdurch this might be a CMTS issue instead of a modem issue. Unfortunately Dave is rather busy these days. He would need your modem's MAC address via private message to check the CMTS parameters and files. If you did go ahead and swap the modem and ended up with the same result, my bet would be some issue with the CMTS which Dave or one of his co-workers would have to check.
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