Like I have already said I think, I use to get DHCPv6 logs in my Smart Hub when it was working, but I am now no longer getting them no matter how many times I reboot the hub.
More detailed connection logs would be one thing which would be nice on the SR102, since the logs are very basic like "WAN link UP" and "Connection UP" with no mention of how IPv6 is being provisioned. But since I've have no need to diagnose issues I suppose it's a moot point.
Well I never even seen any IPv6 logs on the Smart Hub until I exported the whole logs from it and then viewed it and saw these lines which was when IPv6 was last working (bottom up):
06:26:01 27 Mar. BR_LAN:DHCPv6 message : Reply LAN DHCPv6 Client: fe80::#:#:#:#
06:26:00 27 Mar. BR_LAN:DHCPv6 Confirmation of Request
06:26:00 27 Mar. BR_LAN:DHCPv6 message : Request LAN DHCPv6 Client: fe80::#:#:#:#
06:26:00 27 Mar. BR_LAN:DHCPv6 message : Advertise LAN DHCPv6 Client: fe80::#:#:#:#
06:26:00 27 Mar. BR_LAN:DHCPv6 message : Solicit LAN DHCPv6 Client: fe80::#:#:#:#
Sadly our power tripped a few days later and IPv6 no longer worked on my Smart Hub.
Here is the logs from the 4040, granted its not much detail.
• 07.04.17 03:53:20 IPv6 prefix obtained successfully. New prefix: 2a00:#:#:#::/56
• 07.04.17 03:53:20 IPv6 Internet connection established successfully. IP address: 2a00:#:#:#:#:#:#:#
• 07.04.17 03:53:15 Internet connection established successfully. IP address: 86.140.x.x, DNS server: 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124, gateway: 217.32.x.x, broadband PoP: bras-red5.l-ste-B22241507#####
And also the following from the Overview Page:
Internet IPv4, connected since 07.04.2017, 03:53 o'clock
IPv4 address: 86.140.x.x
Internet IPv6, connected since 07.04.2017, 03:53 o'clock
IPv6 address: 2a00:x:x:x:x:x:x:x
Here is a traceroute back from TBB to me:
# Host Sent Recvd Best Avg Worst
1 2a02:68:85a3::ffff 15 15 0ms 11ms 130ms
2 po4-31.bdr-rt3.thdo.ncuk.net 15 15 0ms 1ms 10ms
3 lonap.he.net 15 15 0ms 3ms 11ms
4 10ge2-9.core1.lon2.he.net 15 15 0ms 6ms 14ms
5 2001:7f8:4::1518:1 15 15 1ms 1ms 4ms
6 2a00:2000:2066::4b 15 15 1ms 1ms 2ms
7 2a00:2380:c::1d1 15 15 1ms 2ms 2ms
8 2a00:2380:300c:1001::47 15 15 1ms 2ms 2ms
9 2a00:23a0:1:4::2 15 15 1ms 2ms 2ms
10 2a00:23a0:1:7::2 15 15 2ms 2ms 3ms
11 2a00:x::x:x:e 15 15 1ms 10ms 70ms
12 2a00:x::x:x:5 15 15 1ms 2ms 2ms
I was shocked on the latency.
Sadly I still cannot get any connection stats due to its only a router connected via the WAN, but why would I need to see those, also would there even be connection stats for FTTP?
TBH I don't really know.