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    Setting up IPV6

    I currently have a proxmox machine with 4 lan networks, how can I assign the following ipv6 subnet to machines in the four networks?

    2604:4600:c03:xxxx::/64

    Network Setup:
    vmbr0, which is bridged to eth0, is assigned the designated gateway IP of the IPv4 subnet routed to my main IP
    vmbr0 is attached to a pfSense VM (WAN)

    vmbr1, vmbr2, vmbr3, and vmbr4 each are a seperate lan network connected to pfSense and are each assigned a different local ipv4 subnet with DHCP

    Also, will a /64 be enough - I am new to ipv6 subnetting, and I have seen that some subnet calculators will not split a /64 into smaller networks

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    Also, will a /64 be enough - I am new to ipv6 subnetting, and I have seen that some subnet calculators will not split a /64 into smaller networks
    Technically, yes, of course, everything up to a /128 works.

    In reality you want something larger and give out /64s, especially as hosting provider. With RDNS assignment on own NS. Best case with SWIP.

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    i cant see how you could use up an entire ipv6 /64

    its more then enough.

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