Then you don't have IPv6 from Eastlink. The fc & fd addresses are what's called Unique Local Addresses and are the IPv6 equivalent to RFC 1918 addresses on IPv4. Fe is for the link local address.
On Rogers I get a /56 block of addresses, that start with 2607. A /56 prefix contains 256 /64s, each of which contain 2^64 addresses. That's 18.4 billion, billion x 256 total. That compares with 4.3 billion for the entire IPv4 address space.
Does Eastlink have a user forum, as Rogers does? If so, that would be the best place to find knowledgeable people.
I haven't lost my mind. It's around here...somewhere...