I got my new Internet contract today. This is the first time I use this router and deal with IPv6. I want to host a local website on a home server. I went to the configuration page of the router and I found these two IPs:
As I know I should create an AAAA record for my domain and put the IP of the router in it, and then forward whatever to my server.
However before doing any of that I did the following:
1- I put
[fe80::8af6:c7ff:fe13:36d5] in my browser, but I got the following message "Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to [fe80::8af6:c7ff:fe13:36d5]"
2- I put
[2a03:8061:8300:0:25c5:7de4:7f1d:7170] and got a similar message as the previous.
Shouldn't I get the admin page of the router when I put its address? So what's wrong?
Photo of router's admin page where I get the IPs:
Photo of forwarding an 8888 port to my laptop where I have MAMP running on port 8888. I went to whatismyip.com and copied the ip and put in the browser:
theip:8888 but it didn't work.
The firewall in my mac is also turned off.
I went to google and wrote 'what is my ip' and I got an ipv6 that is different from the one I get from the router. So whatismyip.com gives and ipv4 and google gives and ipv6.
I went to a website that converts from ipv4 to ipv6 and entered the ip that I got from whatismyip.com and compared it to the one from google, but they are different.
EDIT 5: The router is Technicolor TC7200.
A screenshot for the router firewall where I turned everything off, but still it doesn't work.
I spoke with a friend of me. He said that my ISP gives a shared IPv4 address so what I see on whatismyip.com is that shared IPv4 address, but my routers gets an IPv6 address and my local devices. He also mentioned that a friend of him was trying to do the same thing as me and he had to call the ISP asking for IPv4 or something, I really don't know what he asked the ISP for. But it was all related to the IPv4 vs. IPv6 issue. Now I'm so confused about what to do, or even WHERE to start to solve this problem!
Here is the manual of my router: http://d.pr/f/hB9M
Edit 9: I read the manual and I found that no all options that are mentioned in the manual are also present in the router config admin page. For example I don't have the DMZ Host option. Maybe the manual covers a lot of devices of the same brand or so.