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Define a pool named "test" with prefix "2001::/
Define a pool named "test" with prefix "2001::/":
Revision as of 07:07, 14 August 2018
IPv6 pools are used to define range of IPv6 addresses that is used for DHCPv6 server and Point-to-Point servers
IPv6 pools simply group IPv6 addresses for further usage. It is a single configuration point for all features that assign IPv6 addresses to clients.
|name (string; Default: )||Descriptive name of the pool.|
|prefix (IPv6/0..128; Default: )||Ipv6 address prefix|
|prefix-length (integer [1..128]; Default: )||Option represents the prefix size that will be give out to the client.|
|dynamic (yes | no)||Whether pool is dynamic.|
|expire-time (time)||Expire time is set to dynamic pools added by DHCPv6 client.|
Define a pool named "test" with prefix "2001::/60":
[admin@test-host] /ipv6 pool> add name: test prefix: 2001::/60 prefix-length: 62 [admin@test-host] /ipv6 pool> print # NAME PREFIX PREFIX-LENGTH 0 test 2001::/60 62bits [admin@test-host] /ipv6 pool>
Used Addresses from Pool
/ipv6 pool used
In this menu you can see all used IPv6 addresses from the pools.
All properties are read-only.
|info (string)||Shows DUID related information received from client (value in hex).Can contain also raw timestamp in hex.|
|owner (string)||What reserved the prefix ("DHCP", etc.)|
|pool (string)||Name of the pool.|
|prefix (IPv6/0..128)||IPv6 prefix that is assigned to client form the pool.|