IPV6 static



  • Hello
    I got a /63 net from my ISP. 2a00:fd80:98:144::/63 - 2a00:fd80:98:144::1 is my Gateway.

    I gave the WAN 2a00:fd80:98:144::2/64
    to my LAN 2a00:fd80:98:145::1/64

    I can ping choosing the WAN nic, but I can't ping choosing LAN nic.
    I can ping from client 2a00:fd80:98:145::15 to my LAN and WAN address.

    my Routing tables:

    Destination Gateway Flags Refs Use Mtu Netif Expire
    default 2a00:fd80:98:144::1 UGS 0 24373 1500 re0
    ::1 ::1 UH 0 0 16384 lo0
    2a00:fd80:98:144::/64 link#12 U 0 84677 1500 re0
    2a00:fd80:98:144::2 link#12 UHS 0 0 16384 lo0
    2a00:fd80:98:145::/64 link#2 U 0 2138 1500 re1
    2a00:fd80:98:145::1 link#2 UHS 0 9 16384 lo0

    It's correct that I have to give /64 to my WAN as well?

    thanks for helping.

    Andi


  • Banned

    Perhaps you could post the LAN firewall rules and look at the firewall logs…



  • LAN Firewall rule:
    IPV6 * * * * (source port destination port gateway)

    WAN -Firewall rule:
    IPv6 ICMP * * * * *

    Firewall logs does nothing show up.



  • @andi-ch:

    Hello
    I got a /63 net from my ISP. 2a00:fd80:98:144::/63 - 2a00:fd80:98:144::1 is my Gateway.

    Are you sure about the GW is within your /63 assignment ? How do you get it (WAN, GW) from ISP ?



  • yes, regarding http://subnettingpractice.com/ipv6_subnetting.html

    Compressed Address: 2a00:fd80:98:144::/63
    Expanded Address: 2a00:fd80:0098:0144:0000:0000:0000:0000/63
    Prefix: ffff:ffff:ffff:fffe:0000:0000:0000:0000
    Range: 2a00:fd80:98:144:0:0:0:0
    2a00:fd80:98:145:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff

    Number of /64s: 2

    WAN is set to static IPv6
    2a00:fd80:98:144::2 / 64
    Gateway:2a00:fd80:98:144::1



  • Who told you what the GW is ….?



  • the guy from my ISP


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