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So Ive looked at similar threads, but nothing is concrete in their solutions to achieve what I want to do.

I have a Raspberry Pi that is running docker. These docker containers are IPV6 enabled and want to be able to access the IPV6 Internet. For this to happen you need to enable Static Routes. I was able to do it for IPv4, but for IPv6 it looks like I need to do it via command line. After looking through the documentation and checking the internet for a few hours, i'm still in the same place. Below ill make a diagram of that I want to do.

Internet <-> ASUS Router <-> Pi <-> VLAN <-> Containers.

What I would like to do, is set a route from my VLAN to the Asus Router, so IPv6 internet can be routed to the Containers. How would I do this? And how would I achieve this so it persists across reboots?


Router: ASUS RT-AX88U on 3004.388.6 firmware
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