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RV220W trouble configuring IPv6

My RV220W is set up behind my ISP's modem and is configured to set up the PPPoE connection.

My WAN interface gets an v4 IP and and a v6 IP out of the 2a02:****:****:**** /64 blok as does my LAN interface.

Now I'm not very skilled when it commes to IPv6 and I'm trying to get it working for days.

This is my config at this moment:

- WAN: DHCPv6 > Stateful

- LAN: fec0 /64

           DHCPv6 > Stateless

           DNS > 2620:0:ccc:2 and 2620:0:ccd:2

- Routing: RIPng > enable

- Tunnel: No

- RA: enable > unsoliceted multicast

          flags > managed and other

- Adv. prefix: 2a02:****:****:**** /64

                    lifetime > 86400

Every device connecting to the default vlan gets an 2a02:****:****:**** /64 IP.

I also tried an fec0:: /64 advertising but I never seem to get IPv6 internet connection.

I can ping the LAN 2a02:****:****:**** /64 adress but not the WAN interface.

A ping to the ISP's fe80 interface also works but that's about it.

Tests with http://test-ipv6.com/ give me following results:

IPv4 Only

IPv4: Good, AS5432 - BELGACOM-SKYNET-AS BELGACOM S.A.

IPv6: no

IPv4 address: 91.*.*.*

Can someone please help figuring out how to reach the net with IPv6?

Greetings,

Rudy.

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