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Tuesday, October 1st, 2013 8:00 PM

wide-dhcp-client

I have a Ubuntu VM sitting behind the Netgear CCR running wide-dhcp-client. The following is the config.  It should do 2 things.  1. pull a DHCPv6 address for the upstream interface eth0. 2. Pull a delegation and apply it to eth1.

 

 

interface eth0 {
	send ia-na 1;
	request domain-name-servers;
	request domain-name;
	script "/etc/wide-dhcpv6/dhcp6c-script";
	send ia-pd 1;
};
 
id-assoc na 1 { };
 
id-assoc pd 1 {
	prefix-interface eth1 {
		sla-len 16;
		sla-id 0;
		ifid 1;
	};
};

 What I get is, a /128 assigned to the eth0 and nothing on eth1.  Based on what I have read here, I should be able to pull a delegation like this, but it is clearly not working.

 

pd-test-vm

 

Any suggestions?

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11 years ago

I just noticed I typo in the config I posted above.  The sla-len on my VM is actually 8, not 16.

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11 years ago


@mrjester wrote:

I have a Ubuntu VM sitting behind the Netgear CCR running wide-dhcp-client. The following is the config.  It should do 2 things.  1. pull a DHCPv6 address for the upstream interface eth0. 2. Pull a delegation and apply it to eth1.

 


 

 

You are correct we will investigate this and get back to you on this..

 

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10 years ago

Any update on this?  I am still not able to do a PD request at all.

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10 years ago

You should this has been tested..  But I dont know about that client..  I tested with a Cisco and a ASUS router that I know work with DHCPv6 w/PD