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Java coder with some experience with a bunch of scripting languages and some C, mostly on linux.

comment IPv6 only works after pinging the default gateway.
@MichaelHampton presumably, an ISP that tells you to use a certain address will make sure that address is working and the router is routing traffic incoming on that interface.
comment IPv6 only works after pinging the default gateway.
@MichaelHampton I got it slightly turned around, the on-link assumption does hold for your prefix (only in absence of routers it doesn't work). But anyway, you don't need any of that. The prefix can be advertised as on-link (after RS to the sollicited-node mc address), there's static configuration (obviously), or as this provider does, you use a link-local address on the internal link of your router. You seem to suggest there's something wrong with that last one, but the link-local address is an actual address, and works fine for routing.
comment How do I deal with a compromised server?
Great answer. I'm not sure why everyone is treating the "call law enforcement" step as optional though. If you're responsible for other people's data (and worried about litigation) this should be one of the first things on your list of things to do.