Comcast modem/router not in bridge mode. How can I make tcpip6 work?



  • here is my full setup.
    comcast modem/router (DNS and DHCP on)-> pfsense 2.2.4 (DNS and DHCP off) -> Server 2012r2 (DNS and DHCP on)
    server has a static IPV4 but IP6 is Obtain automatically.
    from pfsense I can ping tcpip6 from server I can not.

    comcast router IP 192.168.107.1
    PFSense IP 192.168.7.1
    Windows Server 192.168.7.10

    I'm very very very very TCPIPV6 stupid please help.
    :)



  • I can't help you with your router after router setup (PfSense after ComCast) but IPv6 …. https://ipv6.he.net/certification/ we all began there ;) )

    See here : https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=122670.0 ( so it IS possible )



  • @timmiet:

    here is my full setup.
    comcast modem/router (DNS and DHCP on)-> pfsense 2.2.4 (DNS and DHCP off) -> Server 2012r2 (DNS and DHCP on)
    server has a static IPV4 but IP6 is Obtain automatically.
    from pfsense I can ping tcpip6 from server I can not.

    comcast router IP 192.168.107.1
    PFSense IP 192.168.7.1
    Windows Server 192.168.7.10

    I'm very very very very TCPIPV6 stupid please help.
    :)

    To start, I would test with a computer connected directly to the Comcast modem. If that doesn't work, you will never be able to get a Comcast to Pfsense to (same) computer to work…