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   * **ip6prefix**:​ The tunnel provider gives you also a routable prefix, typically either /48 or /64, for example '​2001:​DB8:​1112::/​48'​ or '​2001:​DB8:​1234:​ABCD::/​64'​. Your LAN clients will get addresses from that prefix. (See advice later in this article: [[doc/​uci/​network6#​router_advertisement_dhcpv6]])   * **ip6prefix**:​ The tunnel provider gives you also a routable prefix, typically either /48 or /64, for example '​2001:​DB8:​1112::/​48'​ or '​2001:​DB8:​1234:​ABCD::/​64'​. Your LAN clients will get addresses from that prefix. (See advice later in this article: [[doc/​uci/​network6#​router_advertisement_dhcpv6]])
  
-:!: If your tunnel provider gives you a /48, /56 or /60 prefix, use that (instead of the /64), as a wider prefix will allow you to properly pass routable /64 prefixes to several networks (lan, guest, ...). +:!: If your tunnel provider gives you a routable ​/48, /56 or /60 prefix, use that (instead of the /64), as a wider prefix will allow you to properly pass routable /64 prefixes to several networks (lan, guest, ...). 
  
 :!: If you choose a name for your tunnel-interface that is different from '​wan6'​ make sure to add that name to the network-option of the firewall-zone '​wan'​ in /​etc/​config/​firewall. :!: If you choose a name for your tunnel-interface that is different from '​wan6'​ make sure to add that name to the network-option of the firewall-zone '​wan'​ in /​etc/​config/​firewall.
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