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IPV6: Fibre Optic and R2


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Hi

 

I have my connection like below.

ONT -  Managed Switch (VLAN) - R2 (PPPoE)

I have above setup because QoS is not working when using both VLAN and PPPoE.

 

Now I am facing another issue.  I am able to see only IPV4 and IPV6 information is not coming.  I verified this in my XBOX X.  I have enabled IPV6 in both LAN and WAN section.  Could you please help on this?

 

Thanks

Badri M

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Thanks for creating a new topic!

Just to confirm, does your ISP support IPv6?

Are other devices in the network getting IPv6 addresses?

How is the xbox connected to the R2, via wired or wireless?

If you disconnect the xbox, then go to Device Manager in DumaOS and remove it entirely, does the xbox then get an IPv6 address when you turn it back on? You may need to go through network configuration again on the xbox after doing this.

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3 minutes ago, Netduma Liam said:

Thanks for creating a new topic!

Just to confirm, does your ISP support IPv6?

Are other devices in the network getting IPv6 addresses?

How is the xbox connected to the R2, via wired or wireless?

If you disconnect the xbox, then go to Device Manager in DumaOS and remove it entirely, does the xbox then get an IPv6 address when you turn it back on? You may need to go through network configuration again on the xbox after doing this.

1.  Yes, my ISP supports IPV6.  I was able to get IPV6 using Openwrt router and even with XR1000.

2.  My game consoles are connected via wired and both PS5 and XBOX X not getting IPV6.  From router to game console inbetween I am using another unmanaged switch Zyxel GS-108B V3 8-poorts Desktop Gigabit Switch  ( I added this newly )

 

I have disconnected, restarted, reset my router many times.  But I will try the last step again and update you later.

 

Thanks

badri M

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