Testing a Windows Server 2008 Enterprise SP2 server with a DHCPv6 server role configured.
The Scope for the IPv6 range is 2001:db8:0:1::, there is only one exclusion and that is 2001:db8:0:1::1 and that is the static IPv6 address for the server.
This is just 7 computers including the server attached on a single switch, with no other DHCP servers running, and no other connections.
2 Macs Running OS X 10.7.4
1 Windows 8 Release Preview system
1 Windows 7
1 Windows XP SP3 system
1 Ubuntu 12.04 LTS system
Of those attached systems only the Windows 7, and 8 are able to obtain an IPv6 address from the DHCPv6 Server? Windows XP does not work, but I a betting that may be due to the fact of an experimental IPv6 stack as noted in windows xp built in help.
However, both the Macs and Linux machines are setup to Auto-configure IPv6 address, yet they fail to receive a lease from the Windows DHCPv6 server. Any idea what might be causing the other non-windows computers to not receive an IPv6 address from the Windows 2008 Server?