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comment Forwarding IPv6 traffic
adding this fixed it: push "route-ipv6 2607:f740:44:22::/64" push "route-ipv6 2000::/3" but i have no idea why. What does 2000::/3 mean?
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comment Forwarding IPv6 traffic
Also found: route -A inet6 add <ipv6network>/<prefixlength> gw <ipv6address> [dev <device>]
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comment Forwarding IPv6 traffic
Like this?: ip -6 route add <ipv6network>/<prefixlength> via <ipv6address> dev <device>]
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comment Forwarding IPv6 traffic
According to the manual, --route-ipv6 ipv6addr/bits [gateway] [metric], so i'm guessing route-ipv6 2607:f740:44:22::/64 eth0 1
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Old question closed.
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comment Forwarding IPv6 traffic
I'll close the other, one of the comments in that question solved a major problem, which just leaves the one in this question, lol.
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comment Forwarding IPv6 traffic
If you successively get it shut down i'll have to. But as I said this is a narrow question, I would have to delete all the configs and logs from the other question which would make it not make sense to those who already replied.
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comment Forwarding IPv6 traffic
It's not really a duplicate, no mention of OpenVPN and this is a very specific question, the other very general.
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accepted /64 routed to my assigned IPv6 address?
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comment /64 routed to my assigned IPv6 address?
But surely with some basic networking one could have a way for forwarding that /64 to eth0 then out to the internet. Otherwise it's kind of pointless. You have one globally accessible ip, and a zillion for your lan?