You can use DHCP with IPv6 using the CLI. To configure DHCP, ensure IPv6 is enabled by going to System > Feature Visibility and enabling IPv6.
Use the CLI command config system dhcp6
For more information on the configuration options, see the FortiGate CLI Reference.
DHCP delegated mode
Downstream IPv6 interfaces can receive address assignments on delegated subnets from a DHCP server that serves an upstream interface.
Enable DHCPv6 Prefix Delegation on upstream interface (port10): config system interface edit “port10” config ipv6
set dhcp6-prefix-delegation enable end
Assign delegated prefix on downstream interface (port1). Optionally, specific delegated prefixes can be specified: config system interface
set ip6-mode delegated set ip6-upstream-interface “port10” set ip6-subnet ::1:0:0:0:1/64 set ip6-send-adv enable config ipv6-delegated-prefix-list edit 1
set upstream-interface “port10” set autonomous-flag enable set onlink-flag enable set subnet 0:0:0:100::/64 end end
DHCPv6 server configuration
Configuring a server that uses delegated prefix and DNS from upstream: config system dhcp6 server edit 1
set dns-service delegated
set interface “wan2” set upstream-interface “wan1” set ip-mode delegated set subnet 0:0:0:102::/64
You can use the following command to configure a FortiGate interface to relay DHCPv6 queries and responses from one network to a network with a DHCPv6 server and back. The command enables DHCPv6 relay and includes adding the IPv6 address of the DHCP server that the FortiGate unit relays DHCPv6 requests to:
config system interface edit internal config ipv6 set dhcp6-relay-service enable set dhcp6-relay-type regular set dhcp6-relay-ip 2001:db8:0:2::30
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