Mark Dain I've not had IPv6 working since November 2016 and that's now 2 routers I've gone through trying to find one that fucking works properly. I can't afford to replace the DrayTek router that just worked and the 2 replacements I've tried, one does not have IPv6 support and the other is impossible to configure. Honestly, fuck it. I just don't care anymore. IPv6 is too hard to configure.
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Paul Webb That sucks! Hopefully 2017 will bring about improvements either to the spec, IPv6 routers, or both.
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Mark Dain As far as I know, the standard is fine but there's so much software that simply doesn't work properly. The router I'm using right now doesn't even have IPv6 enabled out of the box, you have to go on SSH and enable it. Contrast to the quick setup wizard that'll configure IPv4+PPPoE for you. IPv6 feels a lot like Linux; you simply cannot get anywhere without a terminal/shell, an IRC account, and a lot of patience. I've just run out of any enthusiasm at this point. It's just not bringing me any benefit for the amount of effort and money. Sorry to be so negative but IPv6 is never going to happen if it doesn't get easier.
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