I've read around the forums, posts back in 2016 that the DHCP server assigns prefixes only. So what is the solution?
I have a WAN <- Clould Router Switch (level 5 license) -> LAN
My ISP assigns a prefix to the router via DHCP Client. How do I have LAN clients pick up a IPv6 address?
Can this be done with the DHCP Relay? If so, how? Or am I just misconfiguring something?
So far I'm using WinBox to configure and used the gui to have the DHCP client to create a default address pool from a captured IPv6 prefix. Then the DHCP server is set to assign IP's from that pool. However when a client on the LAN is set to get the IPv6 address dyanmically, they're only assigned locals.
If this is the case, if nothing can be done, then this is rather a critical issue as even Google is serving some A records with IPv6. This means for every MikroTik user, a great portion of the internet is completely inaccessable which is why I hope there is a workaround for it.