Hi, I want to start experimenting with IPv6 so I think it could be a good idea to "just deploy IPv6 only on my LAN" for now....
My setup is as follows....
| __________________ ____________ | ________
----| | | TP-Link |---- | |-----
| pfSense 2.3.3-RC |-----LAN------| WDR-3600 |-----LAN-----| switch |-----
----|__________________| |____________|---- |________|-----
As you can see I have two wan interfaces (aDSL and cable), and a TP-Link WDR3600 router acting as an AP (with DHCP turned off) with stock firmware that have some wired clients, also a switch (so I can add more wired clients) and obviously many wifi clients too.
My DHCP server is the pfSense box and I know I have to configure IPv6 on pfSense and on the WDR3600 also.
I have configured IPv6 on the LAN interface of pfSense with an static IP set to fd83:6d20:2ec5:732c::
I have also enabled DHCPv6 server, assigned available range from: fd83:6d20:2ec5:732c:: to: fd83:6d20:2ec5:732c:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff (I know, I know, I do not need such a BIIIIIG range!!).
Then I need to configure my WDR-3600 but I do not know how to make it work with my DHCPv6 server being the pfSense box; as the WDR-3600 seems so force me to choose from either SLAAC or DHCPv6 Server, also I do not know how to manually assign a static IPv6 address to my router.
I know this is probably more a router issue than a pfSense one, but I think that someone here may have done something similar and perhaps can help me, as I'm kind of lost here and I would like to know if there is any tutorial that explains this kind of setup or if someone can help me with my setup.
Also, dou you think my approach is correct or it should be better to configure also my wan interfaces through a 6to4 channel?