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DHCP and DNS version 6 are both part of Windows IPv6 implementation, which Windows 7 and Windows 2008 already have installed. However, to use them your ISP must support IPv6, as must your router if you have one.
Is it possible to create a server to assign ipv6 IP to LAN computer using DHCPv6 and DNSv6 to route the traffic in the LAN? I know that the router will assign ipv4 IP to the LAN computer but not ipv6 IP. I would like to assign it by the DHCPv6 server.