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Re: IPV6 router works, but clients fail
Miles Nordin wrote:
"rm" == Roy Marples <roy%marples.name@localhost> writes:
rm> Cisco routers which are well outside of my price range by a
rm> few hundred pounds.
nonsense. 1721 + wic-1adsl:
I'm on ADSL2+.
That leaves me with the Cisco 877 AFAIK.
There is also a Viking PCI ADSL2+ PPPoA card I could use, but getting
that shipped to the UK is also very expensive.
rm> try and adjust the PPPoE MTU to 1500?
no I don't think they can send minijumbo's.
try to config the modem as a router (if it will route v6? i guess
isp's point is that none of 'em will)
try alternate firmware like http://routertech.org/
search for USB DSL modem support in Unixes (might have to use other
than NetBSD) and run your modem in USB mode where you terminate the
PPPoA on an ATM stack in the unix.
but honestly cisco is almost certain to work and the others are all
I think I'll just have to live with the modem and save up for a Cisco :/
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