AmpliFi HD Router in bridged mode broke my working IPv6 network
jsleeio last edited by
I am also experiencing this issue.
- OpenBSD router (PCEngines APU2) with 1 outside / 3 inside interfaces, DHCPv6 with prefix delegation — a /64 per inside interface — using dhcpcd and SLAAC
- Apple Time Capsule attached to inside interface #1, in bridged mode
- laptops / phones / etc on Apple wifi AP would all get IPv6 addresses
- DMZ attached to inside interface #2 with a server — IPv6 works here too
New setup is same as above, except replaced the Apple Time Capsule with AmpliFi HD Router in in bridged mode with IPv6 enabled. My devices attached to WiFi don't get IPv6 addresses. The server in my DMZ network can still talk IPv6 just fine. AmpliFi HD router firmware is up to date.
This is pretty disappointing, to put it mildly.
Mauricio Henriques last edited by
Same here. AmpliFI IPV6 support is appalling.
Dennis Mutsaers last edited by Dennis Mutsaers
I have a similar experience. AmpliFi HD in bridge mode fails to assign IPv6 DNS addresses to clients. (But I do get an IPv6 IP address)
jsleeio last edited by jsleeio
Hey, thanks for sharing your experiences. It sucks that things don't work for you either, but it also makes me somewhat relieved that it probably wasn't just me missing something important.
This AmpliFi device had the fastest purchase-to-electronics-recycler lifetime of any computer/network hardware I have ever purchased in my life. Absolute worthless trash. I have replaced it with an AP that actually works.