I'm a bit new to IPV6, so please correct me if I have some horrible misunderstanding somewhere.
I have a situation where I want to run multiple ipv6 only proxies on Linux (Ubuntu 18.04 and proxies would not be visible from outside the firewall). I'd like each of my proxy servers to get a different ipv6 address from within the address space my ISP/router provides.
That is, I have a /64 prefix provided by my ISP. My server can configure itself within that /64 address space, with however many ipv6 addresses I want. I want each of my proxy servers (running on the one host) to be able to use its own unique address within the allotted address space (don't care what the address is) and I want the prefix to change in case my ISP decides to hand out a different /64 prefix. How would I configure this?
I'm setup right now to use netplan for networking configuration. I like the lightweight nature of tinyproxy and it looks like it will do ipv6, but I'm open to suggestions.