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Ooops... my bad... exactly because of this problem, I changed from noip.com to DynDNS.com. For testing purposes, I installed their tool (DynUpdater.msi) on my webserver so that it would update only its IPv6. I restarted the webserver a few times, and the IPv6 was updated correctly each time. Then I uninstalled the tool…
The web-server is a desktop which indeed has it's own IPv6, but I don't know how to access it either with or without port-forwarding. The home-automation micro-controller is a little arduino-like board (ESP32) that doesn't seem to have an IPv6. What do you mean by: "pass through the CPE's firewall"? How do I do that?
Indeed I think I only got IPv6 from ISP for my router... :/When I contacted them, they told me that there were no more (free) dynamic IPv4 available.They could only SELL me a static IPv4 !!!I think that is very strange... Now... just to be sure: if the above is correct (only IPv6), then there is nothing I can do in the…
Hi hummel, The model is indeed: VMG1213-B30B. Firmware: 1.00(AAVU.4)b4 What configuration do you want to see? At this moment I have reset the modem to factory, and connected back to internet, so it is "standard clean". I am indeed using dynamic WAN IPfrom my ISP. At first, I accessed the devices from an other computer in…