Is there any way in IPv6 to enable dynamic addressing and configuration for a subset of hosts on a network identified by specific mac addresses?
I have been slowly working at setting up IPv6. All my routers have static addresses and routes and a few critical servers are statically addressed. Now I want to start testing out some clients, but I don't want to simply enable it for an entire network at once. I would like to be able to just enable it for a few hosts.
In the IPv4 world I would setup a DHCP server with 0 free addresses in the scope, and just setup reservations. In the IPv6 world this doesn't appear to be an option since I can't set a default gateway via DHCPv6, that apparently can only be learned via router advertisements.
How is this approached? Is it simply not possible to selectively enable IPv6 on a network?
My routers are Linux based and the DHCPv6 server would run on Linux if it matters, and I am looking to enable clients of all sorts (Windows/Linux/OSX).