I'm trying to setup Linux-based home gateway with IPv6 support. IPv4 configuration is finished and I'm using IPv4 NAT, ISC DHCP for addresses allocation, PowerDNS for local DNS setup, PDNS recursor to speedup address resolution.
I'm getting /64 IPv6 dynamic prefix from my ISP and I would like to reuse it and be able to allocate addresses from this subnet for my local network devices. Would be great if host part of the IPv6 address will be static and only subnet part changed.
In short, I need the DHCP server implementation which can allocate addresses from dynamic /64 subnet provided by ISP.
How can I achieve this? I'm unable to find a good explanations/examples of such a config, so asking for the help.
Edit: Found interesting resource, describing my problem. Seems the status is the same (since 2012?!): http://www.kloepfer.org/ipv6-homenet.html, or am I missing something?