ipv6RouteTable seems to be missing

I am running snmpd on a Turris Omnia. From a nearby monitoring system, I can retrieve ipRouteTable but not ipv6RouteTable, as shown below.

Is there something I can configure to expose the IPv6 routes?

dash(maint)$ snmpwalk -mALL -v2c -On -cpublic turris.local ipRouteTable | wc
      40     160    2107
dash(maint)$ snmpwalk -mALL -v2c -On -cpublic turris.local ipv6RouteTable
. = No Such Object available on this agent at this OID

Thanks in anticipation.

What does this give

route -A inet6

Please use ip -6 route show as the old route command is considered to be deprecated and sometimes it does not show correct information.

Thanks for your response, Hagrid.

The command you suggest shows what I expect. It is worth asking me to confirm that the IPv6 routing table isn’t just empty, but I’m not sure that disclosing my IPv6 routing table is relevant to what appears to be missing support for IPv6 in snmpd.

FWIW, here is a demonstration that my IPv6 routing table isn’t empty:

niall@m2a ~ % ssh turris.local ip -6 route show  | wc
      31     178    1370
niall@m2a ~ % 

Of course, I could write a helper script around ip -6 route show, and have snmpd serve the subset I want of the IPv6 routing table from helper-script OID space instead of from ipv6RouteTable. I may end up doing that if support for ipv6RouteTable in snmpd is not expected any time soon.