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    Solved IPv6 prefix issue with RT AC86U

    The above issue is now resolved, thanks to all who helped!! :D
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    Solved IPv6 prefix issue with RT AC86U

    Any tips before I start the above procedure and any way to force a /48 prefix if the previous issue reapers? Regards, K.
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    Solved IPv6 prefix issue with RT AC86U

    I also flashed the most recent stock 384 and 386 builds to see if they'll fix the then ongoing issue, probably a bad idea too. I'll will try a WPS hard reset, restore to deafults with the initilise button ticked and then "format JFFS partion on next boot" (in that order)- all woith USB drive...
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    Solved IPv6 prefix issue with RT AC86U

    I haven't given the RT AC86U (not the AC 68U which is stored in a drawer) a WPS hard reset since April just before the upgrade from cable (DOCSIS 3.0) to FTTH fibre in May, I should of done a hard reset before messaging a complaint to the ISP about the internal IP issue resulting in the issuing...
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    Solved IPv6 prefix issue with RT AC86U

    Afternoon strangers, I had to take my Asus router out of the mix so they could see a strange issue that was stopping the router getting the correct IPv6 prefix (/64 but should be /48). Previously router was asking the exchange for a internal 100.x.y.z allocation so the ISP patched a fix in...
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