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    Do you have an example? Because it works great on openwrt, dd-wrt, pfsense, opnsense, unifi, mikrotik…and then if you’re using the isp equipment it works out of the box.

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      TP-link can’t open ports in the v6 firewall neither can Linksys and it doesn’t support DHCP forward so literally was incompatible with my ISP implementation. Some current TP Link router sold at Walmart don’t even have an IPv6 firewall.

      Open source works great. Can’t speak to unifi never seen it for sale here.

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      You’re using open source third party firmware and higher end networking gear as an example. Of course they work. Shitty consumer grade brands aren’t in the same class

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        You think an asus, linksys, netgear,etc doesnt handle ipv6???

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          tplink handles it badly ootb, youd need openwrt/ddwrt.

          my isp’s modem cant handle it well either.

          i doubt older asus/linksys/etc devices handle it well either.