Thanks for the follow up but just to clarify:An AP provisioned as:AP provisioned as IPv4: can only server IPv4 clents (IPv4 provisioned AP cannot be dual stack)AP provisioned as IPv6: can serve both IPv4 and IPv6 clients (IPv6 provisioned AP can dual stack)Is that correct?I would rather keep the APs provisioned as using DHCPv4 is possible because it's been working already.
Hi, thanks for clarifying. I haven't re-provisioned any APs yet but I have done the following so far
1. Enabled IPv6 globally2. Set and IPv6 address for the VLAN15 which is what the controllers/APs use to communitcate. 3. I set the controller IPv6 address on the controllerHowever, I'm now seeing a lot of link-local address showing up in the client dashboard. Seems like the controller->L2 switch->Bluecat DHCPv6 is working yet but I'm curious why the link-local device addresses are showing up instead of DHCPv4 address?Any ideas?
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