How to and benefits of implementing native dual stack with Openwrt

My ISP provided me native dual stack.

I have a Pi-Hole in my network and used this guide to setup my Pi-Hole with OpenWrt, but when I run a IPv6 test I get a 0/10 score. I followed the guide pretty precisely besides the fact that I'm running only one Pi-Hole. Do I have to specify a IPv6 fallback address in the DHCP-Options to fix this or what?
What real benefits does enabling full IPv6 functionality bring?


OpenWrt should be dual stack by default, no additional configuration needed. Make sure your "wan6" interface is active and obtained an IP address.

Thanks, all I had to do was restart the WAN6 interface.

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