Like many people I have a NAS at home that I use to store a lot of, well, stuff on. Mostly backups, downloads and multimedia files like photos and video files. Modern day NASes are just linux boxes that are very well IPv6 capable. I use both SMB and NFS to access these files. At one point I needed to mount one of the NFS shares from a Linux box over IPv6. To make this reboot safe, you need to add a line to your /etc/fstab so that the share is automatically remounted at boot time. The syntax for a mount over IPv6 is a bit different from IPv4:

[2001:1111:2222:3333:208:dead:fec7:1b19]:/Multimedia /share/Multimedia nfs rsize=65536,wsize=65536

Since an IPv6 address has a lot of colons (:) and a colon is also used in the fstab file as a seperator, you need to include the address in square brackets.