IPv6 6RD testing

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by davidstrauss » Tue Dec 02, 2014 4:45 pm
timdoyle wrote:
We've released the IPv6 6RD tool to Membertools. You may now toggle IPv6 on compatible Pace 4111N's via Membertools, for Fusion services. See this thread for details on the tool:

viewtopic.php?f=10&t=2457


When is this getting released for bonded setups?
by adame » Thu Dec 04, 2014 9:51 am
We hope to release this soon, but there's no firm ETA. It's currently in testing. We've been prioritizing bug fixes over 6RD support for the bonded modem, which is why these were not released in parallel.
Adam Martinetti
Customer Experience Manager
Sonic.
by Guest » Thu Oct 08, 2015 5:03 am
Greetings everyone:

Does anyone know how to set up ipv6rd on a ASUS router as basically when I select
Tunnel ipv6rd for the connection type, it automatically gets the following which I can't change:
IPv6 LAN Setting
LAN IPv6 Address
0:0:4b65:7bd7::1
LAN Prefix Length
64
LAN IPv6 Prefix
0:0:4b65:7bd7::

What should the settings for these be?
Tunnel MTU
0
Tunnel TTL
255
IPv6 DNS which allows 3 servers.
by Guest » Sat Oct 17, 2015 2:23 am
Question, what's the difference between ip6rd here vs the one at:
https://members.sonic.net/labs/ipv6tunnel/

Is the later ipv6rd as well?
by fpacifica » Mon Nov 28, 2022 3:59 pm
FYI for anyone using a Motorola MD1600 modem/router with Fusion DSL, here are the steps to configure an IPv6 6rd 6in4 tunnel:

1. Log in to the MD1600, e.g. http://192.168.1.1:8445/login.html
2. select "Advanced Setup"
3. on the left select "Advanced Setup" and scroll down and select "IP Tunnel"
4. select "IPv6inIPv4" and select "Add"
5. for Tunnel name use "6rd"
6. for Mechanism leave at the default "6rd"
7. select the WAN interface in the "Associated WAN interface" dropdown
8. leave the "Associated LAN interface" to the default and "manual"
9. leave IPv4 Mask Length blank
10. for "6rd Prefix with Prefix Length" use the value from the sonic.net help page linked below
11. for "Border Relay IPv4 Address" use the address from the "6RD Endpoint" from the sonic.net help page linked below
12. you should now be able to ping 2600::
13. you can also test your connection at test-ipv6.com
14. enable IPv6 DHCP: "Advanced Setup" -> "LAN" -> "IPv6 Auto Configuration" -> "Enable DHCPv6 Server"

reference: Fusion IPv6 Tool#2.1. 6RD Without the Pace411N or 5268AC
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