[Cerowrt-devel] CeroWrt 3.10.18-1: Computers don't get IPv6 address from HE.net 6in4

Fred Stratton fredstratton at imap.cc
Mon Nov 18 10:13:42 EST 2013

I would comment that I am connected to the phone line via a 1483 bridged 
TP-Link TD-W8970 connected to the WNDR3800 running 3.10.18-1.

I use PPPoE on the router, and a henet tunnel with a /48 allocated.

ps  | grep dnsmasq
produces an identical result to yours here.

However, all machines, wired or wireless, obtain an ipv6 address. Last 
night, for example, I was setting up crouton on a chromebook, and the 
ubuntu archive sites accessed were using ipv6 exclusively.

I had to disable polipo and reboot the WNDR3800 to get everything to 
work on the chromebook, a particularly finicky device.

On 18/11/13 14:15, Richard E. Brown wrote: 1483
> Another observation about CeroWrt 3.10.18-1 on my WNDR3800.
> I set up a 6in4 tunnel through Hurricane Electric using my tunnel.sh script that’s posted to the wiki. This has worked properly in the past. The problem is that the router gets an IPv6 address, but computers attached to that router don’t.
> In the router, all the interfaces seem to have the expected /64 subnet. I can ping IPv6 hosts (ipv6.google.com, for example) from the router. This router is my secondary router; I am also running CeroWrt 3.10.18-1 on my primary router (but it is not doing IPv6 at all).
> However, neither of my Macs nor my Win7 computer get an IPv6 address. In an earlier message, Dave asked if dnsmasq is running, and I see that I have *two* copies:
> root at cerowrt:~# ps | grep dnsmasq
>   2932 nobody    1508 S    /usr/sbin/dnsmasq -C /var/etc/dnsmasq.conf -k
>   2934 root      1436 S    /usr/sbin/dnsmasq -C /var/etc/dnsmasq.conf -k
> 26609 root      1700 S    grep dnsmasq
> Any thoughts?
> Rich
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