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Another question for who might be able to answer it. My traffic logs are now flooded with local LAN IPv6 traffic. Check the attached screenshot. I wonder why. If I do a trace on any of these machines towards the other (which are both on the same physical network and within the same /64 block), it always reaches it directly and not via the pfSense gateway. How come this pfSense gateway does pick up the packet from the LAN anyway and list it as being blocked in the logs?...@iFloris, I am experiencing some oddities in my network traffic. I can ping everything without any problems, packet loss or delays (both IPv4 and IPv6), but connecting to IPv6 hosts with i.e. remote desktop takes a long time. Even with hosts on the same physical network. When I enter the IPv4 address of the host it connects directly. I do notice that the IPv6 gateway being used is the fe80:: address of the pfSense box. It does not seem to advertise its normal IPv6 address. Does this work fine at your setup? I'm guessing I maybe need to put in some manual RTADVD commands to advertise the gateway, not sure if it's needed though.
Nope, it's already listed like the Captive portal. Captive portal won't work without kernel work, so that's end of the year at it's earliest.Ipsec should work after some gui modifications.
without link local addresses you can not connect to the dhcp server. What is most likely here is that I am missing a rule that allows access to the dhcp server.
default 2a01:260:XXXX::d UGS 0 2937 1500 em0
default 188.8.131.52 UGS 0 663297 1500 lagg0
Added to the listI've added some code, no idea if it works, have not tested, coded blind.
Quote from: databeestje on February 14, 2011, 01:05:39 pmAdded to the listI've added some code, no idea if it works, have not tested, coded blind.Thanks! I'll give it a try in about an hour and let you know if it works. Downloading some stuff now, so can't use the reboot at the moment
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