DHCPv6 for the Motorola MG7550Router Sceenshot
Motorola Cable Modem : Router Basic -> DHCPv6 Back Back to Basic Page Status Basic Router Advanced Router Wireless Protection & Parental Control VPN Software Connection Diagnostics Security Event Log Setup DHCP DHCPv6 LAN IPv6 DDNS Backup/Restore Options IP Filtering MAC Filtering Port Filtering Forwarding Port Triggers RIP DMZ Basic Radio WPS RADIUS WEP Guest Access Advanced WMM Scan/Bridge Firewall Basic Firewall EventLog Parental Control IPsec L2TP/PPTP Event Log DHCPv6 DHCPv6 Prefix Setup System Delegated Prefix System Delegated Prefix: Your cable service provider may supply a System Delegated Prefix to your cable modem/router. Your router will use the Prefix in assigning IPv6 Addresses to devices that connect to your local network. The System Delegated Prefix will appear as a grayed out field unless you Enable User Defined Prefix. If you do Enable User Defined Prefix, enter the prefix for your IPv6 LAN network. For example enter FE80::1 if you want to use a Link Local address. User Defined Prefix Disabled Enabled User Defined Prefix: Enable this parameter to set the System Delegated Prefix. This parameter is Disabled by default. DHCPv6 Server Settings DHCPv6 Server Disabled Enabled DHCPv6 Server: The DHCPv6 Server assigns IPv6 Addresses to devices on your local network. LAN Delegated Prefix LAN Delegated Prefix: If using a System Delegate Prefixes provided by your cable service provider, the LAN Delegated Prefix will be automatically configured. Otherwise enter your User Defined Prefix. Starting Address of Local Pool Starting Address of Local Pool: The DHCP Server draws IPv6 Addresses from a Pool. This parameter defines the starting address of the Pool. You can enter a new value and click Save to save it. Number of Addresses in Local Pool Number of Addresses in Local Pool: This value defines the number of IPv6 Addresses available to assign to devices on your local network. Lease Time of Addresses in Pool (seconds) --> Lease Time of Addresses in Pool (seconds): This value defines the lease time for addresses on your local network, defined by your service provider's DHCPv6 server. DHCPv6 More Settings Rapid Commit Disabled Enabled Rapid Commit: Rapid Commit utilizes an efficient, two-message method to assign IPv6 Addresses. This feature is Enabled by default. Unicast Disabled Enabled Unicast: Unicast DHCPv6 reduces processing by unrelated nodes that would otherwise need to handle multicast DHCPv6 messages. This feature is Disabled by default. Stateless DHCPv6 Disabled Enabled Stateless DHCPv6: Stateless DHCPv6 frees a server from maintaining state information about a node. This feature is Enabled by default.