I am having issues setting up my static IPv6 Address from my Comcast Cable Modem. If I bypass the USG and connect directly to the Comcast Cable Modem, IPv6 works correctly. I also have my static IPv4 address working correctly on the USG.
I reviewed the following Instructions:
Using the Unifi Controller UI, I am stumped on the following values
IPv6 WAN (via Internet -> WAN Networks)
IPv6 LAN (via Local Networks)
I feeling like I must be missing something very basic. Any help would be very much appreciated.
Hello, how are you? I hope overall your day is going well. I am sorry you are having trouble with your IPv6 address. Let me take a closer look at your modem and your IP address. Are you able to send a private message when you have a chance? If you could include your name, service address, and account number (or phone number) I can help you in greater detail.
Unfortunately IPv6 on Comcast Business is not truely static. They assign your IPv6 addresses utilizing prefix deligation (PD). In my experience the address range is tied to the modem so if your device is ever swapped you will get a new range unlike IPv4 which can be transfered from device to device since they use RIP for routing IPv4.
Not sure what modem Comcast supplied you but assuming your IPv6 PD is working correctly on the modem you can request the address on your USG with PD. I'm using a Ubiquiti EdgeRouter, IPv6 PD works by requesting a /59 from the modem with rapid-commit disabled and requesting a prefix only. It should be similar on the USG.
Thank you, I set the WAN IPv6 side to DHCPv6 and set the Prefix Delegation Side to 56 (I also tried 64 as I read a lot of pots that the the full 56 wasn't making its through). And I ran the following two commands (eht2 is the interfafe that has the WAN side):
set interfaces ethernet eth2 dhcpv6-pd prefix-only
set interfaces ethernet eth2 dhcpv6-pd rapid-commit disable
I get an IPv6 address on eth2 and I am able to use ping6 on the USG and get responses successfully.
On the LAN side I set it to Prefix Delegation.
On a host connected to the LAN side, I get an IPv6 address but the gateway is always coming back as a link-local address and I get a General Failure when I try to force an IPv6 ping.
Thanks so much for taking the time to reach out to us regarding your IPV6 concerns. I very much appreciate your patience and greatly apologize for the delay in our response. I know how important the services are to your business and we want to do all that we can to assist. I would love to confirm the static Ipv6 block for you and ensure that all is working correctly on our side of things including the modem settings. Can you please reach out through private message with your first and last name, business service address and account number or phone number?
I think my problem is the same described in this post:
Mike, did you ever get a response/fix?
As you can see that previous thread is closed/locked... I have been in the same boat (broken IPv6 DHCPv6-PD) for almost a year with 0 traction or resolution.
The Comcast IPv6 deployment state for its business customers is pretty sad given for them trying to be an IPv6 leader a few years ago.
Good morning, thank you so much for taking the time to provide your feedback about your concerns to the Digital Care team here through the forums. I am so sorry to see that we have made you feel this way as this is not what we strive for and we are sorry for the delayed response. I know how frustrating this can be when there is no resolution that you are happy with and we can look into this for you. Can you please send us a private message with your name, the full address, and the phone/account number?
Has anyone been able to get Comcast Business Static IPv6 working? It just seems like it is fundamentally broken and poorly documented and supported.