This advice does not look correct to me because:
- One /64 prefix cannot be split into two /63; actually /64 should not be split further.
- For the choice of suitable ip6assign values, the prefix size received from upstream should be considered, rather than the previous ip6assign value of the lan interface.
Am I misunderstanding something?
I agreee it is important to check the values of ip6assign, even more so if routers are cascaded (which was not discussed there).
I agree that the text about ipv6 can be improved.
I also think the title "Routed AP" can be improved. I thought it was some AP mode (ie without wan interface), but it seems to be a router with a separate WiFi network.
Page updated, improvements welcome.
For lack of a better idea, I left the title unchanged.
I understand it emphasizes the difference from the default, bridging AP mode.