Is my routers IPv6 address static?
I would like to access my security system remotely without depending on a third party for address resolution. This is non-trivial using traditional dynamic IPv4 addressing. In theory, the entire justification for IPv6 is to avoid the need for dynamic addresses.
AT&T (appears to) assign an IPv6 address range to each subscriber. Is this address range assigned for the life of the subscriber's account? Does the modem/router supplied by AT&T allow the user to assign IPv6 addresses from this range to equipment on the user-side LAN? How hard is all this?