1 ) @the time of 1st post 19.07 had ~ 840 compiled packages. 12.09 for comparison has ~3000 compiled packages; should i wait for 19.07 to compile more.. or ~840 are all? i see 18.06 has about the same ~840
i usually make a mirror of my platform
2 ) in my 12.09 after adding the specified packages.. theres no wan6 inside network>interfaces
i can pull ipv6 from wan interface>advanced settings>Enable IPv6 negotiation on the PPP link
my ipv6 pulled this way starts with "fe80"
my ipv4 pulls a private ip (ip CGN) im behind a ISP NAT router
the isp sed the ipv6 space is public.. so im trying to disable the private ipv4 so i can have only the public ipv6
i dont know about compatibility ipv6-ipv4.. but i guess the www(public) does the routing as it should. the only problem in my mind is if my AA router does NAT from wan ipv6 to lan ipv4.. or i also have to set up lan ipv6??
in the end i linked a pc to the line and couldnt get public ipv6 with CGN active
so i tolked with the ISP and they sed they cant provide public ipv6 trough CGN/private ipv4(although 1 day earlier they sed they can..)
so the ISP tinkered a bit with their settings and now i can get public ipv4
so it seems ill stick with AA.. no need to fix working setup
It is irresponsible to run known vulnerable firmware (and 12.09 can't even be considered semi-safe behind a more current router), both to yourself (welcome the SWAT team, if anyone used your connection to mail death threats or the MPAA/ RIAA) and your environment, as you maywill be used in botnets like that.