IPv6 on LAN just can't get it going
Testing with a pfSense lab on a server I have in a datacenter. Host assigns me a /64 on the WAN which pfSense grabs a IPv6 address via DHCP or when I set it statically. Ping out to ipv6 addresses from the pfSense WAN works fine. However I can't get addresses on the LAN
I've tried the following
-DHCP6 option set
Prefix delegation size: 64
Send prefix hint
-Track interface interface set to WAN
prefix ID: 0
rebooted pfSense, ipv6 gateway shows pending, after cycling ipv6 settings to off then apply them again, gateway goes Online. I do have gateway manually entered. It is the first address in the /64 block.
LAN client's don't get IPv6 at all. Firewall rules are at their defaults for LAN which includes to IPv6 to any rule.
I'm getting the following in the logs,
radvd: attempting to reread config file
Aug 21 21:33:58 radvd: sendmsg: Can't assign requested address
Aug 21 21:33:58 radvd: no auto-selected prefix on interface vmx1, disabling advertisements
Aug 21 21:33:58 radvd: IPv6 forwarding seems to be disabled, but continuing anyway.
Aug 21 21:33:58 radvd: IPv6 forwarding setting is: 0, should be 1
Aug 21 21:33:58 radvd: version 1.9.1 started
it seems to repeat that commonly. Any ideas? I'm pretty new to v6 so bare with me!
System > Advanced, Networking Tab, is "Allow IPv6" checked?
Indeed it is. It comes enabled by default these days I thought. I never had to turn it on.