KVM Virtualizor - how to use assigned IPv6 /112 subnet

To manage the IPv6 /112 subnet assigned to your KVM vps please use the following button to carve out the single IP you need to assign to your application(s)

To manaually add one ip to your running vps you can run as root:

ip -6 a a 2001:41d0:1xxx:ayyy::53/112 dev eth0
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