I'm working in a mixed Windows and Linux environment. I'm trying to figure out how to get Linux (Centos 6.3) servers to register their name and IPv6 address with our Windows Server 2008 R2 DNS server. I tried setting up a DHCPv6 server on my
2008R2 DHCP server, but could not get Windows or Linux clients to obtain an address from DHCPv6. They only seem able (or willing) to get router-advertised IPv6 addresses.
ps, I have seen where even though an RA does not have the "M" flag set to 'on', a Win7 client will still issue a DHCPv6 Solicit looking for a DHCPv6 server -if- it does not have a static IPv6 address configured -or- if there is no "A" flog 'on' in an RA.
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