[Dnsmasq-discuss] /64 per host

Anthony osm at inbox.org
Thu Apr 25 15:48:42 BST 2013

Hi.  I'm currently investigating setting up IPv6 on a small network (maybe
15 hosts, including portable devices).  I'd like to have my router give
each host its own /64.  All the hosts support SLAAC (with privacy
extensions) without any additional configuration, whereas they don't all
support DHCPv6.  However, for firewall purposes it would be much easier if
each host had its own /64.  I could do everything using static
configuration, but then I'd have to change everything at every host
whenever my prefix changes.

My thought was that the router (a linux machine, which is also the
firewall) would send a different router advertisement to each host.
 Preferably this could be done without any need for the hosts to even
solicit an address.

Is anything like this possible?
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