I've scoured several textbooks and cisco.com, but I can't find the solution. Trying to get DHCP6 to give out addresses to several subnets, just like we've all done with DHCP. Here's the scenario: Group of connected routers, R1 through R5, where R1 is the core.
R2 through R5:
ipv6 nd managed-config-flag
ipv6 nd other-config-flag
ipv6 dhcp relay destination 2001:98ef:276c:e::11
ipv6 dhcp pool POOL-R1
address prefix 2001:98ef:276c:b::1/120 life inf inf
ipv6 dhcp pool POOL-R2
address prefix 2001:98ef:276c:b::2/120 life inf inf
ipv6 dhcp server POOL-R5
Here's where I'm stuck. The serial interface will only take one of those statements. As is above, PC's connected to R5 get the expected results, but how do I get DHCP6 on R1 to answer to *all* LAN's?
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