multiple ipv6 addresses for a client

Henri Wahl h.wahl at
Tue Jul 4 22:37:35 UTC 2017

Hi Eugene,

check dhcpy6d at which allows to do
exactly this.

Biggest problem in this scenario will be the clients behaving
differently between OSes. We made best experiences with all Windows
flavours since Windows 7. Newer NetworkManager in Linux finally does
cooperate with multiple addresses, but macOS still just takes only one.

Which client OS did you check?


Am 04.07.2017 um 18:10 schrieb Eugene M. Zheganin:
> Hi,
> is there a way to assign multiple IPv6 addresses toi a client, say one
> IPv6 public address and one unique-local address ? When I define
> shared-network with 2 subnet inside it only the first seems to be
> working - none is assigned from the seconf subnet.
> Thanks.
> Eugene.
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