On the WAN side i configured only the three parameters below. On the
LAN side i have following configuration:
IPv6 Mode: static
IPv6 Address: 2001:470:77:88::1/64
I didn't touch the IPv6 Prefix Delegation.
I took a /64 Subnet, the /48 Subnet is needed if you are using more
than one subnet on the LAN side.
I've configured anything else. I suppose that you don't need to set a
default gateway for IPv6 because monowall routes all IPv6 traffic
except the LAN subnet through the tunnel.
- What version of monowall are you running?
- Is the tunnel between your monowall and he.net established?
- What is listed on "Tunnel Details" on he.net?
- Do you have a public IPv4 on your WAN side of monowall?
If the tunnel is established try to run test-ipv6.com. I had some
troubles with MTU.
On 18 March 2011 01:25, Brian Lloyd <brian at lloyd dot com> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 4:52 PM, Jakob Schwienbacher
> <jakob dot schwienbacher at gmail dot com> wrote:
>> Hello Brian,
>> I have a static tunnel with tunnelbroker up and running. Configuration
>> on WAN side is just:
>> IPv6 Mode = Tunnel
>> IPv6 Address = 2001:470:12:34::2
>> IPv6 tunnel endpoint = 188.8.131.52
>> Futhermore you need to create a IPv4 Firewall Rule that allows a ping
>> from HE. If not the tunnel will not work.
> Thank you for responding Jacob.
> I do allow ICMP echo request (ping) on my WAN IPv4 interface so that
> *should* work.
> I also notice you are not specifying the IPv6 address on the WAN interface.
> I would expect that I have to specify that as well unless I am using
> something like PPP (I'm not). I have set the near end (client) IPv6 address
> into the IPv6 address field. M0n0wall is not allowing me to set the value
> for the IPv6 gateway. I assume that is because that is implied by specifying
> the IPv4 tunnel endpoint. (It makes sense to me that it doesn't matter what
> the IPv6 address of the tunnel endpoint is because that is where the packets
> are going regardless.)
> Now the question is, how does one set up the LAN side of things? My tunnel
> broker provides both /48 and /64 routed IPv6 prefixes. I assigned the first
> address in my /64 routed IPv6 prefix to the LAN interface, i.e. prefix
> is 2001:470:1f05:d49::/64 so IPv6 address of my LAN interface
> is 2001:470:1f05:d49::1.
> Not sure what I should do with the IPv6 prefix delegation. Also the
> "Suggested IPv6 Address" produces an error, i.e. "Error calculating IPv6
> Address!" Clearly I am doing something wrong here. I suspect it may be due
> to my confusion over using the Routed /48 prefix and the Routed /64 prefix.
> Thank you in advance for your assistance.
> Brian Lloyd, WB6RQN/J79BPL
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