I've got a Raspberry Pi running Pi-Hole (blocks ads, and is a DHCP server) which is working fine assigning IPv4 addresses but I can't get it to assign IPv6 addresses to my devices. Devices do get IPv6 addresses, but I think they're either self-assigning or still getting it from the BT Smart Hub.
I've tried Stateful, Stateless and Off for the BT Smart Hub IPv6 allocation modes. Does anyone have any ideas?
The Pi has a setting to enable IPv6 support (SLAAC + RA) in it's DHCP settings, and it lists IPv4 devices, just does not show any IPv6 addresses for any device.