Command to "reapply" IPv6 configuration

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I am using a 6in4 tunnel to get IPv6 connectivity. Every time the router boots some of my devices lose connectivity constantly until I go to the web panel and hit "Apply" in the IPv6 section. Once this is done I have no problems until the router reboots.

Is there a way to do this automatically, say, one minute after the router boots? I can figure out the part where the command is launched, but I don't know which command to launch.
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Part of the Furniture
The IPv6 page triggers restart_net when you press apply. The equivalent command line is service restart_net but that seems like a nuclear option right after a reboot.


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Taking into account the inordinate amount of time wifi takes to start after a boot, it won't affect any device. So I'll try that. Thanks.

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