I have a few 'dumb' Wireless APs around the office. They are set up to provide wireless access to main LAN, guest wifi, and several of them have access to additional VLAN in that area.
All that works fine in IPv4. However, I noticed that it doesn't past IPv6 addresses that are connected to these wireless APs. Not to the main LAN, not to the guest network, not to the additional VLANs.
Everything that is wired works perfectly. I have a Global /48 from HE. I just can't seem to figure out why the OpenWRT wireless APs won't "passthrough" the IPv6 address to the wireless clients.
What I do notice is that wireless clients that are connected to the OpenWRT APs CAN ping local-link IPv6 address. But none of the clients can ping6/ping -6 to google.com (or anything beyond the WAN router)
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.