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The local IP address to bind to. Defaults to the IPv6 wildcard address. Consider using interface's link-local address.
You can always use the link-local address of the interface for LocalAddress. Using link-local address is preferred and limits the set of addresses Radiator listens on to the smallest number of possibilities. The default value for LocalAddress is ::, the IPv6 wildcard address.
On Linux and OS X, you can configure 'LocalAddress ::'. On Windows, you need to set LocalAddress to the link-local address of the interface Radiator shares with the DHCPv6 server. Using global address may also work on all operating systems.
LocalAddress fe80::dead:beff:feef:1234