Access Nas Ftp Using Ipv6 – Routers – Networking

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I am having an issue accessing my NAS (FTP Server) from outside of my network. The issue is that I can not setup port forwarding as the router gets an IPv6 address from the internet provider. This is my FTP server config on the NAS config page: Router WAN info (do i have only one IPv6 available or more?): Router Host port window (not quite sure what to put here): NAS IPv6 setup set to Auto (gets an IP from the router): NAS has IPv4 and IPv6 now (is this fine?): Any help on how I can make the NAS FTP Server accessible from outside my network is greatly appreciated. Thx Someone Somewhere June 5, 2014 4:55:56 AM Every IPv6 capable device on your network has an IPv6 address, globally addressable. Your ISP hands your router a ‘prefix’, which is the first part of the address. Your router then grabs one address for itself, and then hands the rest out to devices who ask for them. As such, you need to use the IPv6 address on your NAS, not the router’s one.
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