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I wanted to make sure I had the settings correct for configuring DHCPv6 on my WAN interface for Starlink. I can confirm that I did get an allocation of IPv6 addressing with a /56 prefix and was successfully able to get an IPv6 address assigned to my internal interface.
The issue is, it appears I have not gotten an actual perm or temp address on my WAN interface, although I did get a Prefix delegation? I did accept the RA on the external side, but no actual route was placed into the routing table yet.
Would this be an issue on ISP side? or my side? I believe it to be on the ISP side, but I could be wrong.
I figured it out. WAN interface will not get its own IPv6 address...just had to put the link local default route in and then everything started working. SLAAC was working with internal clients as well.
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