RV130 IPv6 /48 and /64 scopes locks up router web interface
I wanted to use the IPv6 DHCP server to hand out addresses for other subnets It wont let you add scopes that are not part of the Lan IP, So I used a /48 and then used /64 for the scopes
After I saved it, the web interface was no longer accessable though I could ping the routers IPv4 and IPv6 addresses I can NOT access the web interface, and had to reset to factory defaults to get it working again
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