It is REAL IPv6 NAT supported by netfilter inside the Linux kernel. Tested devices include TL-WR740N v3 and DIR-505 using the latest OpenWRT stable release Barrier Breaker. However, there are some trick and catch. Continue reading IPv6 NAT with OpenWrt router
odhcp6c from OpenWrt is used here to communicate with server while host is configured manually instead of by automated network configuration script.
Continue reading odhcp6c to setup IPv6 for Online.net Dedi
Recently Vultr has rolled out IPv6 connectivity in some locations and each virtual machine is provided with its own /64. However, the /64 is not fully routed.
Continue reading ndppd on Vultr to enable fully routed /64 for IPv6
IPv6 is gaining its popularity these days but a home router mostly acts as an IPv4 NAT gateway for LAN behind it, lacking IPv6 support. Some routers have an IPv6 passthrough feature to bypass IPv6 traffic if ISPs do provide it while in OpenWrt it will be a little complicated. Continue reading IPv6 behind OpenWrt router