I am setting up a testing environment for dualstack.
I currently have a server (Windows 2008 R2), 2 switches and a router installed and configured. The server is the Primary Domain Controller and it has the DHCP role installed.
I am using VLANs to separate the computers from each other. Now I am stuck on a problem and I can't seem to figure it out, so I really hope you guys can help me!
I created both IPv4 and IPv6 Scopes on the server. On the router I have my sub-interfaces for the use of the VLANs and IPv4 works fine.
I seem to be having a problem with IPv6. I gave my NIC a static IPv6 address, in this case 2001:db8:a:1::10. I also created multiple scopes (to use the VLANs).
The configuration of two interfaces on my router is:
The IP's that are given to the computers who are connected on the default VLAN (DEFAULT) receive the IPv6 addresses from the DHCP server. But the ones that are connected with the other VLANs receive an IP address from the router without me creating a DHCP pool (NOTE: they receive an IP address in the range of the IP that I gave to the sub-interfaces).
I want this not to happen and make it that they get the IP addresses from the Scope on the DHCP server (and so they show up in the lease).
Any help would be greatly appreciated!