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Nov
19
revised Mikrotik: how to properly setup IPV6 routing/dhcp server
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Nov
18
revised Mikrotik: how to properly setup IPV6 routing/dhcp server
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Nov
18
answered Mikrotik: how to properly setup IPV6 routing/dhcp server
Aug
13
comment Setting up mikrotik router with native IPv6 with only a single /64 block
Sounds like you may be confusing a residential set-up in which the broadband provider uses DHCP prefix delegation to distribute prefix(es) to the home network with a business-type set-up. As others are writing, your provider should be routing a prefix (preferably larger than /64) to your WAN interface IPv6 address. RouterOS will have no problems accomplishing what you want to do.
Jul
6
comment Ipv6 over bridged network stops working after some time (Ubuntu LXC)
You might want to try your set-up on Linode. This IaaS provider has a sane and reliable way of handling multi-tenant IPv6 networking. I think you'd increase your odds of people being able to help you.
Jun
12
comment Make LXC containers directly accessable with ipv6
I suggest a two step approach for helping us help you. 1) Attempt this with Linode or another IaaS that routes a /64 to your host. You won't need the added complexity of NDP proxy. 2) Attempt this in an IPv6-enabled IaaS that does not route a /64 to your host. You'll need NDP proxy for this.
May
13
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Jan
23
comment Routing Issue - can't ping gateway from other routers in full mesh
RouterOS has a CLI. The command "/ip route print" is your friend. Make sure the destination you are trying to reach has a route back toward the source via the interface you expect. The source IP should be the outgoing interface's IP address unless otherwise specified.
Dec
30
comment static ipv6 route into a lxc container
How do you expect to reach the IPv6 internet?
Dec
30
comment static ipv6 route into a lxc container
It sounds like you are describing a NAT scenario. Don't do this.
Dec
29
comment static ipv6 route into a lxc container
I suggest you try the NDP proxy method before you label it unhelpful. In addition, I am not sure you understand the difference between having a /64 assigned to your provider-facing interface vs. having the provider route a /64 or larger to your host. You can do your testing on a DigitalOcean VM or Linode VM. Linode will route a /64 to your host upon email request. You can test the scenario with only a /64 on your provider-facing interface using either IaaS provider.
Dec
29
answered static ipv6 route into a lxc container
Dec
29
answered How to use same MPLS Traffic Engineering tunnel for ipv4 and ipv6
Dec
7
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Nov
24
revised How do I disable the metadata lookup at cirros boot?
Updated with second method for eliminating metaservice check
Nov
24
comment How do I disable the metadata lookup at cirros boot?
I understand how some might view this as a development/test question. Let me provide an example of a production use case. Using cirros as a "pinger VM" to measure VM to VM, host to host, or rack to rack latency/jitter/packet delivery. If these VMs are spun up dynamically to obtain a measurement ASAP, you wouldn't need the metadata service and you probably wouldn't want to set-up an HTTP server to send metadata. The VM's boot time is vital and any optimizations are helpful.
Nov
24
answered How do I disable the metadata lookup at cirros boot?
Nov
24
revised Publicly routable IPv6 linux container
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Nov
24
comment TCP Window Scaling Problem over MPLS
I don't know. Eliminate all variation.
Nov
24
answered Publicly routable IPv6 linux container