What I@ve done so far:
I´ve added the following IPv6 addresses in to the config:
When I try to get a computer up and running with autoconfig on IPv6 on the network 2001:8C0:3210::/64 it doesn´t get an IPv6 address.
If I then put on DHCP relay to my DHCP server and put on a IPV6 scope I@m getting an IP address but I can´t ping 2001:8C0:3210:128::1.
Normally a client should be configured with an IPv6 address through a non-DHCPv6 based mechanism such as IPv6 address auto-configuration (based on the IPv6 prefixes included in router advertisements), or static IP address configuration.
For me it seems like my Palo Alto 2050 doesn´t announce the prefix and routing information to the clients? Is that correct?
How can I fix this?
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