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Shibby v101 IPV6

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by radionerd, Sep 15, 2012.

  1. radionerd

    radionerd Serious Server Member

    Hi group,
    I have been trying to get IPv6 going on several E3000's. I have Comcast at two locations with the same equipment. I had Victek 1.28.9006 in both, ran great, but couldn't get IPv6 to work. Tryed the IPv6 Wan Start patches to no avail.

    I flashed Shibby v101 into both, runs great:) , but still couldn't get served up DHCPv6. I added the WAN startup script rebooted and received IPv6. Was able to ping IPv6.google.com from the router's ping tool, but not from the computer. Also was able to ping my E3000's IPv6 from the attached computers, but no through connection.

    Attached is my router table, with the IPv6 WAN startup patch running. I changed a few numbers on the public IPs. If someone can give me a hand, I would greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks guys,
    Radionerd;)

    Current Routing Table
    Destination Gateway / Next Hop Subnet Mask Metric Interface
    24.23.168.1 * 255.255.255.255 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    192.168.1.0 * 255.255.255.0 0 br0 (LAN)
    24.23.168.0 * 255.255.254.0 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    127.0.0.0 * 255.0.0.0 0 lo
    default 24.23.168.1 0.0.0.0 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    2001:558:6015:e0:2008:bf25:a09f:12ab * 128 256 vlan2 (WAN)
    2601:9:6881:2d:: * 64 256 br0 (LAN)
    fe80:: * 64 256 eth0
    fe80:: * 64 256 vlan1
    fe80:: * 64 256 eth1
    fe80:: * 64 256 eth2
    fe80:: * 64 256 br0 (LAN)
    fe80:: * 64 256 vlan2 (WAN)
    default fe80::201:5cff:fe3f:ae31 0 1024 vlan2 (WAN)
    ::1 * 128 0 lo
    2001:558:6015:e0:2008:bf25:a09f:12ab * 128 0 lo
    2601:9:6881:2d:: * 128 0 lo
    2601:9:6881:2d:c2c1:c0ff:fe15:45a * 128 0 lo
    fe80:: * 128 0 lo
    fe80:: * 128 0 lo
    fe80:: * 128 0 lo
    fe80:: * 128 0 lo
    fe80:: * 128 0 lo
    fe80:: * 128 0 lo
    fe80::c2c1:c0ff:fe15:45a * 128 0 lo
    fe80::c2c1:c0ff:fe15:45a * 128 0 lo
    fe80::c2c1:c0ff:fe15:45a * 128 0 lo
    fe80::c2c1:c0ff:fe15:45b * 128 0 lo
    fe80::c2c1:c0ff:fe15:45c * 128 0 lo
    fe80::c2c1:c0ff:fe15:45d * 128 0 lo
    ff02::1 ff02::1 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff19:dd76 ff02::1:ff19:dd76 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff1e:1f00 ff02::1:ff1e:1f00 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff24:f156 ff02::1:ff24:f156 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff2d:2c4f ff02::1:ff2d:2c4f 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff31:fae4 ff02::1:ff31:fae4 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff3a:1865 ff02::1:ff3a:1865 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff44:94f4 ff02::1:ff44:94f4 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff54:351e ff02::1:ff54:351e 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff5a:f9b2 ff02::1:ff5a:f9b2 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff65:23ad ff02::1:ff65:23ad 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff67:5f6e ff02::1:ff67:5f6e 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff6b:4ad8 ff02::1:ff6b:4ad8 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff6d:4842 ff02::1:ff6d:4842 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff6f:df1c ff02::1:ff6f:df1c 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff70:9e41 ff02::1:ff70:9e41 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff76:1aa5 ff02::1:ff76:1aa5 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff8b:9785 ff02::1:ff8b:9785 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff90:81be ff02::1:ff90:81be 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ff99:e79f ff02::1:ff99:e79f 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffaa:e2ee ff02::1:ffaa:e2ee 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffac:bc83 ff02::1:ffac:bc83 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffb1:9a30 ff02::1:ffb1:9a30 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffb7:b972 ff02::1:ffb7:b972 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffbd:91fb ff02::1:ffbd:91fb 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffcf:6197 ff02::1:ffcf:6197 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffd0:f1f8 ff02::1:ffd0:f1f8 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffe6:499e ff02::1:ffe6:499e 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffe9:3614 ff02::1:ffe9:3614 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:ffeb:8018 ff02::1:ffeb:8018 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff02::1:fff9:df61 ff02::1:fff9:df61 128 0 vlan2 (WAN)
    ff00:: * 8 256 eth0
    ff00:: * 8 256 vlan1
    ff00:: * 8 256 eth1
    ff00:: * 8 256 eth2
    ff00:: * 8 256 br0 (LAN)
    ff00:: * 8 256 vlan2 (WAN)
     
  2. radionerd

    radionerd Serious Server Member

    I got it working.

    I put the following single line into Scripts WAN Up:

    route -A inet6 del default gw :: metric 1024 `nvram get wan_iface`

    Set basic IPv6 to:

    Service type DHCPv6

    Checked both
    Enable Router Advertisements
    Accept RA from WAN

    Then it finally started to work :)
     
  3. radionerd

    radionerd Serious Server Member

    I've also tried IPV6 in several RT-N66U's, ISP is Comcast:
    Latest stock firmware 3.0.0.4.220 09/07/12 IPv6 worked OK.
    Stock FW before 3.0.0.3.162 did not work.

    Merlin's build 3.0.0.4.220.18b 09/24/12 IPv6 worked OK

    Shibby build 101 works only after adding the script to Wan Up. Had to check both
    "Enable Router Advertisements" and "Accept RA from WAN" for IPv6 to work.

    Wan Up Script
    Code:
    route -A inet6 del default gw :: metric 1024 `nvram get wan_iface`

     

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