I've switched my ISP to a smaller local one (Bavarian, Germany) providing FTTB and last mile (in House) through copper with G.fast. I already search through common sites/stores and found not many devices available supporting G.fast.Is there any modem you could recommend supporting G.fast or Router with G.fast and OpenWRT-Support? As far as I know the ISP-Hardware in the basement is from Huawei.
Currently (until I decide if I switch to a/which modem), I'm using the FritzBox 7582 provided from the ISP. I've disabled what's possible. So far I got most things working, except IPv6 as far as I understood how it should be: I'm getting a /56 from my ISP, sadly - I found a help-page (https://en.avm.de/service/knowledge-base/dok/FRITZ-Box-7590/1239_Setting-up-an-IPv6-subnet-in-the-FRITZ-Box/) from AVM - they only forward /62 to other routers if I understood this correct?
So I have to let DHCPv6 enabled (in FritzBox) and changed the following settings:
* Always assign ULA-Address * Allow prefixes announced from other routers * Preference of announcement: medium * Publish DNSv6-Server via Router advertisement (RFC 5006) - enabled * DHCPv6-Server enabled, assign DNS-Server, Prefix (IA_PD) and IPv6-Adresse (IA_NA) * Priority: 10
My Clients are perfectly getting an IPv6-Address in a subnetz of the provided /56 from the ISP. but the Router with OpenWRT (where the clients connect to) does not get any public IPv6 as expected. I set the following settings for br-lan (which is eth0 - as the devices does only have one port):
* Static IPv4 * Delegate IPv6 Prefixes = enabled * IPv6 assignment length = 62 * IPv6 suffix: ::1:fe * IPv6 preference: 25 * DHCPv6-Service is set to designated master * RA/DHCPv6-Service and NDP-Proxy in relay-mode
Is this normal behavior? Can you recommend another solution where also the OpenWRT-Router behind the FritzBox gets a public v6? Lastly and I guess because this is because the OpenWRT-Device just acts as "relay" that's why no v6 devices will be shown in leases-v6 section with this configuration, correct?
Thanks for your support and helping out