This is a follow-up to my previous post.
On that post I did show how to set up DNSMASQ so it can be used as a DHCPV6 alternative so IPv6 smart clients receive IPv6 addresses and be able to do DDNS and thus be able to have human readable names under IPv6.
I also pointed out that you could use DNSMASQ as a forwarder.
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It has been a while since my last post. Too many things going on.
But in a previous post regarding the setup of DDNS, DHCP and IPV6, I mentioned that while Android phones are IPV6 enabled, they only support SLAAC configuration.
I also stated that using DNSMASQ, this could be overcome.
So here it is, keep on reading.
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