I have just been hooked up with InfiNET (and am bypassing the Pace router they provided by feeding straight into my pfSense router on vlan 1000), but I'm not sure how to get IPv6 hooked up with it. dhcp6 and SLAAC do not appear to be getting any addresses... Is there something else I should be doing?
Right now, the WAN interface isn't getting an IPv6 address through DHCP6c. I've tried both DHCP6 and SLAAC for configuration and neither seemed to work. I do currently have IPv6 connectivity through a HE.net tunnel, but I would obviously prefer to get it natively.
"Use IPv4 as parent interface" doesn't seem to make a difference on or off. And as I'm not getting an address (yet) "Do not allow PD/Address release" will do nothing. It really looks like there is no IPv6 connectivity on this line, which is annoying to say the least.
If the WAN interface isn't getting an IPv6 address, then you won't get any for your LAN. The way many ISPs provided IPv6 is through DHCPv6-PD, which assigns a block of addresses or "prefix" for the local LAN. On Rogers, I get a /56 prefix, which I can then break down to 256 /64s. The do not allow release only keeps the prefix from changing. It won't make any difference if you haven't yet received a prefix.
The first thing you have to do is find out why you're not getting an IPv6 address on the WAN interface. Perhaps you should call the ISPs tech support.