Trouble with multi-LAN, single-WAN setup
I've got a fairly simple ipv6 setup but having trouble getting it to work 100%. I am fairly new to ipv6 so perhaps I just missed something.
- bce0 - 2222:fc00:0:21::10:21c/64 with GW at 2222:fc00:21::1
- bce1 - 2222:fc00:0:123::10:21c/64
- bce1_vlan2999 - 2222:fc00:0:127::10:21c/64
bce0 is the WAN/Internet link, bce1 and bce1_vlan2999 are the "internal" LAN links. Obviously, there are machines on both LANs that need to go to the Internet.
I have leased all 3 /64 subnets but only the 2222:fc00:0:21::/64 is routed to bce0. I can ask for all 3 to be routed to me if that's the right thing to do.
When I ssh onto the pfSense router, I can ping6 and access the Internet over ipv6 with no troubles.
I cannot access the Internet via ipv6 from any of the internal machines on either of those LANs. I can see the ipv6 packets via tcpdump leaving the router on bce0 having the "internal" ipv6 source addresses (e.g. 2222:fc00:0:123::9012:5678:1234) which I suppose is the issue but not sure how to fix it.
I've got the latest pfSense 2.3.5.
Note: the ipv6 prefixes and VLAN number were altered for security.
Any help would be much appreciated, I did spend quite a bit of time googling and searching this forum but have not had much luck.
Worked it out, just needed to get my upstream provider to add static routes for those internal LANs to his upstream router.
2222:fc00:0:123::10:21c/64 via 2222:fc00:0:21::10:21c
2222:fc00:0:127::10:21c/64 via 2222:fc00:0:21::10:21c