How can you create a loopback interface in IPv6 on a router that would allow you to simulate other networks?
I tried to run autoconfig on the loopback interface, but they get all of the same addressing. The address of ::1/128 is the loopback address, but to create multiple loopbacks, would ::2/128, ::3/128, etc. work?
When you say that they all get the same address, you probably mean that the loopback interfaces have IPv6 addresses part of the FE80::/10. These are link local addresses as shown in the following document:
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