I'm running Shibby's mod, v1.28.0000 MIPSR2-083V K26 USB BT-VPN
I'm currently using an IPv6 tunnel from sixxs.net, which is setup as a heartbeat (proto-41) tunnel that requires `aiccu` to function.
I have this working, but it requires removing some routes that get added every time the network is restarted. (For instance: this happens when wireless settings are changed, or VPN settings are changed, etc.)
My endpoints are 2604:8800:100:20f::1 and ::2, but that is _not_ my routed /64 subnet.
The problem is that (somewhere) tomato is adding 2604:8800:100:20f::/64 to my routes for ‘br0` … so even though my IPv6 actually works, I have no route to the tunnel endpoint, which means I’m "offline" as far as sixxs.net is concerned.
(The appropriate route is to put that ::/64 through my six0 tunnel interface; which is present but at a lower priority.)
To take care of this: my .wanup scripts in /opt/etc/config take care of deleting htis route and then starting AICCU router initially starts up and gets a WAN IP, but they do not seem to be run when the network services are restarted for other reasons.
Is there any way I can have a script triggered by the network restarting due to settings changes?