Setting up Routing and Remote Access with IPv6

Dell / Latitude e6410
November 30, 2014 at 20:09:50
Specs: Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit, Intel Core i7 M620 2.66 GHz / 8 GB DDR3
Hey everyone,
I use a Verizon Hotspot to get online, and it is capable of receiving an IPv6 internet address and obtaining IPv6 connectivity to the internet. Since, as many know, hotspots have device limits for connections, I have the hotspot tethered to my server through an USB cable, which then shares it through its NIC to the entire home network. I use the Routing and Remote Access role on Windows Server 2012 R2 to do the sharing, and IPv4 connectivity to the internet works fine (the LAN network is run on 10.0.1.X and then the traffic flows to the hotspot on 192.168.1.X).

Now with all of that information, just for fun, I'm trying to setup the sharing of IPv6 through Routing and Remote Access as well. But I'm fairly clueless about actually doing routing, and DHCPv6 stateless mode and things of the like. Does anyone have any experiences with a setup like this?

Thanks in advance,

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December 8, 2014 at 05:44:02
Wow good job you should show me how someday

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