On 18/08/17 19:54, David Kerr wrote:
This looks very similar to a question I asked a few days ago...
dnsmasq DHCPv6 server only seems to be issuing leases on the ULA prefix
and not on the GUA prefix when both types of addresses are configured on
an interface. If I remove the ULA from the network interface then
leases are issued from the GUA range.
I am awaiting a reply to my question.
It might be worth adding 'log-dhcp' to your dnsmasq config files and get
a bit more info as to what options dnsmasq is replying with on dhcpv6
requests...if it's replying!
Also, a packet capture on the client machine/s provides the ultimate
source of info on what is actually received. Many times I've used
'wireshark' and gone 'ohhhhh! - ooops!"
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