Will Business Class actually support routing static IPv6 blocks?
I run a firewall between my network and the Comcast "cable modem", but I'm unable to get DHCPv6-PD to work, and I'm guessing Comcast has turned off DHCPv6 entirely from what I'm reading. If that's the case, how am I supposed to route my /64 (or "/56", but we really only get a /64, and I'd be happy with that, to be honest!) to my firewall if the Comcast "modem" keeps doing it for me? My firewall gets the public IP from the /64 block, but I want to route the /64 block to my firewall so I can run a secure network but have IPv6 use. And no, I refuse to use Comcast's own firewall, not gonna happen in a million years.
Re: Will Business Class actually support routing static IPv6 blocks?
Good morning, cdwiegand.
I appreciate you posting on your IPv6 inquiry. If you are subscribed to a static block, then you also have IPv6 available to you as well. You'll be able to view your IPv6 and IPv4 blocks through the business portal: https://business.comcast.com/help-and-support/internet/comcast-business-internet-view-your-static-ip...