Hi, I've read through the manual page several times, and read around online a fair amount, and I'm struggling to find an answer to this.
I am using DNSMasq for just IPv6 IP allocation. I am using the following config: domain-needed bogus-priv no-resolv filterwin2k expand-hosts domain=localnet local=/localnet/ interface=eth0 listen-address=127.0.0.1 # DHCPv6 - Hurricane Electric Resolver and Google's dhcp-option=option6:dns-server,[2001:470:20::2],[2001:4860:4860::8888] # IPv6 DHCP scope dhcp-range=2001:470:dead:beef::, ra-stateless enable-ra I would like to provide a static IPv6 address, initially to just to a single node on my network. Short of going around and putting static addresses on by hand, is there a way to allocate addresses in advance? I control the node fully, so if it's done by putting a specific hostname in, or configuring something on the host (I'm using Ubuntu on there), then I can easily do that. Thanks for any help! -- Jon "The Nice Guy" Spriggs @jontheniceguy everywhere... https://jon.sprig.gs
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