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7800N problems

brueton
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7800N problems

21CN unlimited.
Having problems with getting my 7800N (1.06h) working with IPv6. 
It is picking up a LAN IPv6 Address but is not running radvd and therefore the attached devices are not picking up an IPv6 address.
I have carried out a factory reset but it made no difference.
Will try with the latest firmware and older versions when I get a chance.
Pete
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Re: 7800N problems

I have had it successfully working with IPv6 during the last trial, i'm not running it at the moment though so can't tell you what the firmware was. Sorry.
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pjmarsh
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Re: 7800N problems

Hi Pete
I'm having the same problem with 1.06g.
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Re: 7800N problems

I've just upgraded to 1.06h, and it is still doing the same.  I've attached screenshots of some of the ipv6 settings on the router, that I am unsure are correct or not (though I have poked about a bit with them without any success), and also one of my Network Connection Details.
Pete, I think this shows the same as you are seeing?
Any suggestions would be most welcome!
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pjmarsh
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Re: 7800N problems

Right, got it working!  On the page shown in my first screenshot, for the field titled "Interface Address / Prefix Length", I posted in my IPv6 address followed by "/56".  Then released and renewed the adapter on my laptop, and the got an internet connection via IPv6.
Hope the same works for you Pete.
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brueton
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Re: 7800N problems

Many thanks for that phil, now working  Smiley
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Re: 7800N problems

No problem Pete
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