MS Windows

MS Windows client doesn't get IPv6 address from DHCPv6

Problem description: a MS Windows (7,8,8.1,10) client doesn't get an IPv6 address when it connects to the network

The client must send a DHCPv6 request with a DUID that contains the MAC address of the requesting interface. The MAC address must be registered in LANDB (Network database) in order to be allowed to get an address.

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