IPv6 is here – happy days!

Well, ipv6 works. This may not come as a big surprise to some of you, but more specifically, I’ve got native IPv6 working on my ADSL line. Thanks to my ISP, I’ve managed to set up the ADSL modem to be bridged, and my main router uses PPPoE to connect to them to achieve connectivity.
The router is an RB750 which for 40 quid all-in is quite a bargain, by the way – and in version 5 of the OS it runs, it’ll do ipv6 over ppp! So I got the allocation from the ISP, plugged in the relevant things into the router (not forgetting the all important ::/0 default route to direct packets up the PPPoE link, thanks to Michael for the tip) and it’s all working.
ipv6.google.com resolves, connects, and displays a page.
Even better, so does http://www.ipv6porn.co.nz/

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