With two PC's on the wireless network, I can ping between the two computers using the IPv6 local address and a assigned address from a DHCP server (dibbler)
The CYW43907 does not appear to pull an IPv6 address from the DHCP server not does it respond to a ping attempt.
I built the console application in WICED and attempted to run iperf in IPv6 mode between the wi-fi module and a laptop and I was unable to make a connection.
** These tests are with the ThreadX / NetX-Duo options.
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As long as you are communicating within the same subnet, no IP prefix is required.
But when you need a global IP address, then the subnet should be distributed to the nodes to enable routing.
I tried apsta with FreeRTOS & lwIP = not able to ping with destination host unreachable error.
I tried apsta with ThreadX & NetX Duo = able to ping
Why can I not use lwIP? IPv6 is supported. My application has to use FreeRTOS + lwIP and support IPv6 going forward.
iphelper is enabled, windows 10
By the way, will this only work with a host using iphelper?