The issue I'm having is how to apply this to the various interfaces using eui-64 and have each interface (or sub-interface) sitting on its respective subnet. I cannot seem to find the correct command syntax to do this. I have been using the format:
The command takes but there is no subnet. How do I get it to use he general prefix, use eui-64 to generate the node address and stick a subnet in between?
There is plenty of stuff out there on general prefixes but nothing I can find that shows how to subnet and use eui-64 together. Not that it makes any difference but this config is on an Aironet AP1142. I want to use a similar config on my C887VAM.
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