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I am trying to configure DHCPv6 server to assign IPv4-compatible IPv6 
addresses for dual stack hosts. The server must be configured by 
administrator with IPv6 prefix. The generated IPv6 addresses must be 
created like :

IPv6_prefix + IPv4_address+........

Is that possible to make DHCPv6 server capable to do that without 
configuring DHCPv6 clients? 



    IPv4-compatible IPv6 addresses take the form ::/96+IPv4 
address/32,they are only used to dynamically tunnel IPv6 packets over IPv4 
networks(Automatic tunnel).In windows os,it is created by a command: netsh 
interface ipv6 set state v4compat=enabled,and it is generated by the IPv4 
address of the host.
    So, I dont kown if you are talking about this ?

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