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I'm using openwrt on my router, and intall "radvd" to it. And computers that directly connect to the router get global ipv6 address.

One of these computers has two adapters, "LAN1" connected to the router, "LAN2" connected to another network.

I've set

netsh int ipv6 set int interface=LAN1 forwarding=enabled

netsh int ipv6 set int interface=LAN2 forwarding=enabled.

But "LAN2" and the subnet did not get global ipv6 address.

Did windows need extra software to do it, or need more setting to netsh xxx or else ?

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"Lan2" - "another network" - What network would that be? The "WWW" (your ISP)???

Is that network capable of issuing an IPv6 address? Just because it's enabled doesn't mean that network is using it.

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"Lan2" - "another network" - What network would that be? The "WWW" (your ISP)???

Is that network capable of issuing an IPv6 address? Just because it's enabled doesn't mean that network is using it.

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Sorry. I'm not make it clear. Here is the picture.

In this picture, all PC2, PC1 (the interface connected to Openwrt Router) got IPV6 address.

But the PC1_1 PC1_2 and PC1's interface connected to switch, did not get IPV6.

I'm use radvd in openwrt to set IPV6 to PC1 and PC2

What extra work need to be done to set IPV6 to PC1_1 and PC1_2.

In other work, I'd like to make PC1 as a IPV6 router.

When use IPV4, PC1 can easily be set as router, by setting the follow registry.

HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\IPEnableRouter.

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