18.104.22.168e firmware is now available at http://web.joshua-colp.com/firmware
This is based on 22.214.171.124e and includes support for Bell Aliant FibreOP and IPv6.
To enable IPv6 you will first need to enable ICMP responses to pings by turning it on in: Advanced Setting -> Firewall -> General -> Respond Ping Request from WAN?
Once done visit http://www.tunnelbroker.net/
and register for an account. Once that is done sign in and create a new regular tunnel. Let it choose the best server for you to use, which will most likely be the Ashburn server. Once you have your tunnel created open it up by going to the main page and clicking on it.
Now you have to configure the Asus router. Open a new tab (you will need configuration details from the tunnel page) to the Asus web interface. Go to Advanced Setting -> WAN -> IPv6 and set it to Enabled.
Copy the value of "Server IPv4 Address" from the tunnelbroker.net page and put it in the "Tunnel Server IP Address" field in the Asus.
Copy the value of "Client IPv6 Address" from the tunnelbroker.net page and put it in the "Tunnel IPv6 Subnet Address" field in the Asus.
Copy the value of "Routed /64" from the tunnelbroker.net page and put it in the "Routed IPv6 Subnet Address" field in the Asus.
Click Apply and finally Reboot at the top.
Once your router has rebooted you should have IPv6 connectivity using tunnelbroker.net
I've made this as easy as possible but since IPv6 is not natively supported from Bell Aliant there is still some work involved.