@heper said in Hetzner & pfSense: try to get the /56 anyways ... sometimes isp's say they only supply the /64 but in reality they'll route /56 prefix for each customer if you setup the dhcp-client to get a /56, it might just work or get another isp or spend the €50 I won't get any IPv6 prefix from DHCPv6 as it's static only configuration, so your idea does not apply. EDIT: They are routing my prefix though a link local address which my WAN interface is lacking. :(