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# /etc/dhcpd6.conf
#
# Sample DHCPv6 configuration file for ISC dhcpd
#
# *** PLEASE CONFIGURE IT FIRST ***
#
# Don't forget to set the DHCPD6_INTERFACE in the
# /etc/sysconfig/dhcpd file.
#

# From the file used for TAHI tests.

#
# For more iformations about IPv6 addresses, see also:
#   http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4193
#   http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4291
#   http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv6-address-space/
#
# The addresses in the examples bellow are from the:
#   FC00::/7   Unique Local Unicast    [RFC4193]
# address space.
#
# Please allocate own prefix (6to4, tunnel broker) !
#

# IPv6 address valid lifetime
#  (at the end the address is no longer usable by the client)
#  (set to 30 days, the usual IPv6 default)
#default-lease-time 2592000;

# IPv6 address preferred lifetime
#  (at the end the address is deprecated, i.e., the client should use
#   other addresses for new connections)
#  (set to 7 days, the	usual IPv6 default)
#preferred-lifetime 604800;

# T1, the delay before Renew
#  (default is 1/2 preferred lifetime)
#  (set to 1 hour)
#option dhcp-renewal-time 3600;

# T2, the delay before Rebind (if Renews failed)
#  (default is 3/4 preferred lifetime)
#  (set to 2 hours)
#option dhcp-rebinding-time 7200;

# Enable RFC 5007 support (same than for DHCPv4)
#allow leasequery;

# Global definitions for name server address(es) and domain search list
#option dhcp6.name-servers fc00:501:ffff:100:200:ff:fe00:3f3e;
#option dhcp6.domain-search "test.example.com","example.com";

# Set preference to 255 (maximum) in order to avoid waiting for
# additional servers when there is only one
##option dhcp6.preference 255;

# Server side command to enable rapid-commit (2 packet exchange)
##option dhcp6.rapid-commit;

# The delay before information-request refresh
#  (minimum is 10 minutes, maximum one day, default is to not refresh)
#  (set to 6 hours)
#option dhcp6.info-refresh-time 21600;

# Static definition (must be global)
#host myclient {
#	# The entry is looked up by this
#	host-identifier option
#		dhcp6.client-id 00:01:00:01:00:04:93:e0:00:00:00:00:a2:a2;
#
#	# A fixed address
#	fixed-address6 fc00:501:ffff:100::1234;
#
#	# A fixed prefix
#	fixed-prefix6 fc00:501:ffff:101::/64;
#
#	# Override of the global definitions,
#	# works only when a resource (address or prefix) is assigned
#	option dhcp6.name-servers fc00:501:ffff:100:200:ff:fe00:4f4e;
#
#	# For debug (to see when the entry statements are executed)
#	#  (log "sol" when a matching Solicitation is received)
#	##if packet(0,1) = 1 { log(debug,"sol"); }
#}

# The subnet where the server is attached
#  (i.e., the server has an address in this subnet)
#subnet6 fc00:501:ffff:100::/64 {
#	# Two addresses available to clients
#	#  (the third client should get NoAddrsAvail)
#	range6 fc00:501:ffff:100::10 fc00:501:ffff:100::11;
#
#	# Use the whole /64 prefix for temporary addresses
#	#  (i.e., direct application of RFC 4941)
#	range6 fc00:501:ffff:100:: temporary;
#
#	# Some /64 prefixes available for Prefix Delegation (RFC 3633)
#	prefix6 fc00:501:ffff:100:: fc00:501:ffff:111:: /64;
#}

# A second subnet behind a relay agent
#subnet6 fc00:501:ffff:101::/64 {
#	range6 fc00:501:ffff:101::10 fc00:501:ffff:101::11;
#
#	# Override of the global definitions,
#	# works only when a resource (address or prefix) is assigned
#	option dhcp6.name-servers fc00:501:ffff:101:200:ff:fe00:3f3e;
#
#}

# A third subnet behind a relay agent chain
#subnet6 fc00:501:ffff:102::/64 {
#	range6 fc00:501:ffff:102::10 fc00:501:ffff:102::11;
#}