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    BT HomeHub 5 TYPE A (LEDE OPENWRT)

    This is a discussion on BT HomeHub 5 TYPE A (LEDE OPENWRT) within the Sky Broadband (Fibre) Help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; I have managed to do this now but without IPV6 support. But is there a way to get IPV6 working ...

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      BT HomeHub 5 TYPE A (LEDE OPENWRT)

      I have managed to do this now but without IPV6 support.

      But is there a way to get IPV6 working naively through LEDE via Sky Fibre in the Interfaces options.
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      Re: BT HomeHub 5 TYPE A (LEDE OPENWRT)

      The normal settings are dhcp6 on WAN, then LAN tracks the WAN and the prefix delegation obtained by dhcp6. The WAN will not be given a global ipv6 address, Sky's BNG's do not issue one, only link local is used. How you set up LEDE I have no idea, but it's important that the dhcp6c request is sent before RA, otherwise you'll get squat.
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