My RV110W works fine for ipv6 from 1 to 4 days, then stops working. A reboot fixes it, then it happens again, etc. The ipv4 is never affected. I try using ipv6.google.com and that lets me know if it's working.
This has happened since day one. I've upgraded firmware twice and now am at 18.104.22.168. I wiped the config, as recommended, but that's not the problem. I don't have some tricky custom setup.
There is no specific message to indicate what's happening. If I leave logging enabled, it fills up with page after page of:
RV110W kern.err ICMPv6 RA: ndisc_router_discovery() failed to add default route
Despite this message, I can browse to ipv6 sites with all my connected computers when it's working. Those would have Windows 7, XP, or OpenBSD, FWIW.
You might want to blame Time Warner cable, or my SB6141 modem, but I tried a Netgear N300 router for a couple weeks without a single hiccup. That points the finger at the RV110W. Since ipv4 works, I think the hardware is OK.
I don't see this bug listed when I search. Honestly, I have little hope that Cisco, or whoever, will ever fix it. If I'm missing something simple, let me know. Thanks.
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