[v6] Beginner with fixed-address6

chinmaya sn (chins) chinmaya at gmail.com
Thu May 22 19:10:46 UTC 2008

Both of my machines (server and client) or on the same subnet, if I don't
subnet6 fe80://64, then DHCP server would not give out an IP address.
So I had to do the way I did it to make DHCP work.

I do have a real network ( i have real device, ipv6 router etc)
where subnets are configured as follows

subnet6 fc00:999:0:121::/64 {
        range6  fc00:999:0:121::100 fc00:999:0:121::999;

But my touble is with host declaration, in both the cases DHCP does not give
out options
configured under host block.

Any help on that please


On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 11:28 AM, Chuck Anderson <cra at wpi.edu> wrote:

> On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 10:46:02AM -0600, chinmaya sn (chins) wrote:
> > I am still having trouble to get this working. I still don't see ISC DHCP
> > providing options under host declaration.
> > Here is my configuration file
> >
> > subnet6 fe80::/64 {
> >     range6 fc00:0000:4491:0200::25 fc00:0000:4491:0200::100;
> > }
> Your subnet doesn't match your range.  You have FE80::/64 as the
> subnet, but FEC0:: as the range.

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