ISC DHCPv6 Server and Stateful Address Allocation

Greg.Rabil at Greg.Rabil at
Mon Jan 5 22:00:06 UTC 2009

No, the "range" 2001:558:ff10:870:8000::/65 encompasses the addresses:

2001:558:ff10:870:8000:0000:0000:0000 - 2001:558:ff10:870:8FFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF

Which does _not_ include 2001:558:ff10:870:f914:a7c1:42d1:faa1

Greg Rabil

-----Original Message-----
From: dhcp-users-bounces at [mailto:dhcp-users-bounces at] On Behalf Of Jeffrey Hutzelman
Sent: Monday, January 05, 2009 4:50 PM
To: Users of ISC DHCP
Cc: Users of ISC DHCP
Subject: Re: ISC DHCPv6 Server and Stateful Address Allocation

--On Monday, January 05, 2009 01:43:59 PM -0500 John Jason Brzozowski 
<jjmbcom at> wrote:

> Given the above I would assume that any address allocated from the
> range6 2001:558:ff10:870:8000::/65 would have the 65 bit set leaving the
> remaining 63 bits to be populated dynamically by the server.  This is now
> what I am observing however.  Instead I see the following:

This address:

> RCV:  | | X-- IAADDR 2001:558:ff10:870:f914:a7c1:42d1:faa1

Certainly lies within this range:

> range6 2001:558:ff10:870:8000::/65;

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