jima at beer.tclug.org
Sun Feb 10 05:56:05 CET 2013
On 2013-02-09 12:52, Tore Anderson wrote:
> * David Magda
>> From what I could find, there aren't any RA options to specify
>> whether privacy options should be used on a per prefix basis. You'd
>> have to use DHCPv6, with IA_TA for privacy-desired prefixes, and
>> IA_NA for the ULA prefixes. (Of course ISC DHCPd doesn't support
>> sending out multiple prefixes as of the current 4.2.x series.)
> The DHCPv6 protocol itself does not have support handing out prefixes.
> It can only hand out individual addresses (in other words /128s). If you
> want your hosts to have routes to an on-link prefix, the only way to do
> it is to advertise that prefix in RAs with the L flag set.
Err. What about DHCPv6-PD? (Hint: The "PD" stands for "Prefix
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