My router shows the prefix I've been given, it's /64. I'm trying various things to see if I can get a prefix larger (smaller mask) than /64. I've tried /60 and /48, but I'm not sure I'm doing it right. I'm sniffing all attempts and I only ever get back a /64.
There's some indication that my ISP might hand out a /60. They (ISP) won't talk to me about it, and I'm not sure I know how to properly "ask" for it with the IPv6 dhcp client.
Here is the current setup that is working with a /64:
Do I need to use prefix-hint, or maybe some other setup? Can someone help?
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/ipv6 dhcp-client add add-default-route=yes interface=ether1-gateway pool-name=test-ipv6 \ request=address,prefix [acruhl@router] /ipv6 pool> print detail Flags: D - dynamic 0 D name="test-ipv6" prefix=2601:x:x:a9e::/64 prefix-length=64 expires-after=3d23h18m33s