Pretty much you are going to have to get an ICX 7000 series if you want to do any sort of SLAAC or dynamic addressing on it. The 6000's can, as I mentioned, do IPv6 BGP and OSPF fine. They can do static routing fine. They can even do router advertisements fine (use the raguard statement, etc.) But that's all they can do because that's what we had.Thank you!
So you'd recommend getting a icx 7xxx model if we want to have ipv6 working as intended?
The only one I can get for an acceptable price is the 7450, but from previous posts it appears to be even more noisy than the 6610.
There's some low-cost 7250's out there, but they're not from major resellers. I wouldn't expect to see prices on the 7000's to drop quickly, because they're current supportable models.