Version: ME60-X8 V600R002C02SPC700+SPC033
OS on terminals: Windows 7
An ME60 connected to an education network. The network had terminals running Windows 7 and used binding authentication to allocate IPv6 address to terminals. A terminal could obtain an IPv6 address but failed to access IPv6 services.
IPv6-related configurations on the ME60 were as follows:#
To address the issue, Huawei performed the following operations and observed the following information:
1. Checked the ME60 and found that the user went online successfully and the ME60 allocated an IPv6 address 2001:da8:6005:43e:520:82e9:b057:9ae7 to the user.
2. Checked the IP address on the terminal. The IPv6 address was 2001:da8:6005:43e:520:82e9:b057:9ae7 and the temporary IPv4 address was 2001:da8:6005:43e:550f:3a5f:85ea:78c03. Captured packets when the terminal tried to access IPv6 websites. The source IP address of http packets was the temporary IPv6 address 2001:da8:6005:43e:550f:3a5f:85ea:78c0. ME60 was not configured with routes to the temporary IPv6 address, resulting in a IPv4 service access failure.
Enter DOS mode on the terminal and run the following command to disable temporary IPv6 addresses.
netsh interface ipv6>set privacy state = disable