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When setting up a router as dchp server in ipv4, we specify a pool under which we give the network and the default-gateway and that's it:

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However in ipv6 stateless dhcp , we create the pool then refer it in A PARTICULAR INTERFACE

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Why can't we do something for all the interfaces like in the ipv4 case ?

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    Please post your configurations as plain preformatted text using { and }. – Teun Vink Dec 19 '18 at 16:08
  • I'm not really familiar with Cisco, but doing DHCPv4 with one subnet on multiple LANs is not a great idea either. Especially if machines need to reach each other within the subnet. – TBR Dec 19 '18 at 16:23
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    Because v4 and v6 are totally different things, that work in totally different ways. Stateless DHCPv6 doesn't hand out addresses, just "other" information. (yes, DHCP in IPv6 was a bolt-on afterthought. SLAAC is The One True Way(tm), except the nuts ignored all the other things a host needs to function) – Ricky Beam Dec 19 '18 at 17:04
  • Please, never use images for text. Edit your question to remove the images and simply copy the text and paste it into your question using the Preformatted-text option ({}). – Ron Maupin Dec 19 '18 at 18:38

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