Fortunately, since my router is running OpenWRT, a Linux based operating system for home/small office routers and the like that replaces the factory firmware, it seemed like a natural way to be able to integrate IPv6 on my LAN. This won’t be a step-by-step guide but rather pointers to the various resources I used when setting up IPv6.
Correction: The router itself gets an IPv6 address, I can ssh into it and ping ipv6.google.com. But clients connecting to the router don't get an IPv6 address, because it doesn't get an IPv6 prefix delegated from the hyperoptic router. Hi, I do run Hyperoptic with OpenWRT and it works well here. Installing OpenWRT on a Raspberry Pi as a New Home Firewall OpenWRT is an active and vibrant home firewall project that was born on the Linksys WRT54G line of home routers. It has grown and expanded to support an amazing array of old and new hardware alike. The list of compatible hardware is large enough to require its own index.. With the recent interest in the Raspberry Pi there is of course is an OpenWRT build for it as well. Simple IPv6 setup with OpenWRT – Necromancer's notes As for me, I decided to set up some basic IPv6 in my LAN just to test things out, have an ability to test my own apps over IPv6, and, well, be prepared for the future, you know. My server is running on a shelf at home, behind an OpenWRT router. I get my IPv4 address at the WAN interface with DHCP. Default firewall rules do not allow IPv4 - OpenWrt
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OpenWrt Forum Archive Jan 1 00:00:22 OpenWRT daemon.info dnsmasq: compile time options: IPv6 GNU-getopt no-DBus no-i18n DHCP TFTP no-conntrack no-IDN Jan 1 00:00:22 OpenWRT daemon.info dnsmasq-dhcp: DHCP, IP range 10.1.1.100 -- 10.1.1.249, lease time 12h OpenWRT PPPoE and IPv6 tunnels - cobaltfish.com A bit of a techie post for the first time in a while. My current ISP doesn't provide native IPv6, even though I do have a static IPv4 address, so as a project to keep me out of trouble, I thought I'd get my Hurricane Internet IPv6 tunnel up and running. On the main router on the network, I'm using OpenWRT 19, so I figured this ought to be fairly easy. network - Understanding OpenWRT LuCI Firewall Routing with