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  1. Hello RENE,
    Thank you for your nice posts.
    I have some questions about adressing a network in IPv6:
    Is there any rules to address an IPv6 network?
    Can we for example use some small subnets such as /120 or should we always work with /64?
    And if we are using stateful, shoud we use /64?
    Thank you for your help

  2. I managed to get this lab to work correctly with GNS3 1.5.2 and below IOS´s

    DHCPv6#
    BOOTLDR: 7200 Software (C7200-ADVIPSERVICESK9-M), Version 15.2(4)S5, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)

    CLIENT_1#
    BOOTLDR: 7200 Software (C7200-ADVENTERPRISEK9-M), Version 12.4(24)T5, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc3)

    CLIENT_2#
    BOOTLDR: 7200 Software (C7200-ADVIPSERVICESK9-M), Version 15.2(4)S5, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1)

  3. Thank you Laz. Your reply is most appreciated. Have a Great Day !!

  4. Hi @doogle1b1,

    The idea behind using randomly generated interface ID (host portion) instead of using EUI-64 was solely based on privacy/security concerns for users, I think it’s because a bad guy can use the packets from users who are using (EUI-64) to track the actual physical computer. However with EUI-64, network engineers can easily track an IPv6 address to an end-device using the unique MAC address.

    @lagapides can clarify! :slight_smile:

  5. Hello sales2161,
    Thanks for the feed back. I totally understand now.

    Thanks.

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