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DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation to 2nd Tomato Router

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by darkknight93, Nov 23, 2013.

  1. darkknight93

    darkknight93 Networkin' Nut Member

    Good afternoon,

    I'm having Trouble Setting up my enviroment for IPv6 Access at home.

    Current Setup:
    Tunnelbroker HE /48 -> R1 with br0 (1st /64) +br 1 (2nd /64) -> R2 (DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation /64)
    dhcpv6t.jpg
    So with R1 I initiate a HE IPv6 Tunnel with /48 prefix.
    On br0 (R1) I use the first /64 subnet for IPv6 Services - all fine!
    On br1 (R1) I use the second /64 subnet for IPv6 Services - here Comes the Trouble:
    as soon as Clients e.g. Win7 Client is connected, he gets a IPv6 advertised, all fine BUT
    I want to use a DMZ Setup with second router here. So I Setup R2 with DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation /64

    Now from R2 I can ping google.com's IPv6 address without any issues. But my Clients behind R2 dont get any IPv6 addresses advertised.
    Ifconfig of R2 Shows Scope:Global IPv6 address on vlan2 but no Scope:Global address for br0 of R2 --> dnsmasq running on R2 does no RA/DHCPv6.

    So how is the correct Setup on R2 to somehow "Bypass" ipv6 from R1's br1? I thought Prefix Delegation is the correct way to use it here.

    Due I'm not grown up with IPv6 I'm sorry if I did a Basic misunderstanding of that Story.
    Any help is appreciated!

    EDIT: Both devices: R1&R2: Asus RT-N66U on Shibby RT-AC v115
     
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2013
  2. hasIPv6

    hasIPv6 Serious Server Member

    Your setup is rather elaborate, how about trying a simpler approach?

    On R1 all you need is a "6in4 Static Tunnel" using your 1st /64
    On R2 use "Other (Manual Configuration)" with your 2nd /64 and vlan2 as WAN gateway
    On R2 add a default route to R1 (ff00::, "1st /64", 8, 256, vlan2)

    Done!
     
  3. darkknight93

    darkknight93 Networkin' Nut Member

    I solved my Trouble with using "Manual configuration" -> Using 2nd /49 for R1->R2 Connection and on R2 using last /64 available in 2nd /49.
    Afterwards i've set a static route on R1 pointing to R2 /64's net.

    My head is Smoking... but... Its working :)
     

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