Don't have any Apple kit so can't verify this.
During research on IPv6 issues with routers I remember reading something about the AirPort having some problems. Seems the solution in that case was to disable 'Share IPv6 Connection'.
Might be worth a try.
Found the original article and it's not applicable in this case, the user was in the US and with Comcast.
Found this on A&A support page:
The Airport Extreme claims to support native IPv6 over PPPoE but we don't know of anyone who has it working. It still works via tunnels though.
Looks like it's probably another /64 prefix device like some are having issues with on the forum just now.
I think you may have to search further, Apple support not any good?
Thanks for the quick reply. I have tried playing around with all the auto settings but still don't seem to be having any luck. I have a feeling it must be the /56 /64 prefix problem.
I find the AirPort really solid, and it's a shame if it won't connect.
Does anybody know of any similar products to the AirPorts that can mesh network, preferably over ethernet, but also support BT IPV6?
If it is the /56 vs /64 problem, the fix lies with Apple not BT. The BT implementation is perfectly legitimate.
Ah, doesn't sound too promising then.
I have found a page (link below) that shows some manual settings for the AirPort. Does anybody know what these figures would be for BT? Or is it not worth trying as BT don't use static?