Which two advantages does DHCPv6 have over EUI-64?

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After testing various dynamic IPv6 address assignment methods, an engineer decides that more control is
needed when distributing addresses to clients.
Which two advantages does DHCPv6 have over EUI-64? (Choose two)
A. DHCPv6 requires less planning and configuration than EUI-64 requires.
B. DHCPv6 allows for additional parameters to be sent to the client, such as the domain name and DNS
server.
C. DHCPv6 providers tighter control over the IPv6 addresses that are distributed to clients.
D. DHCPv6 does not require the configuration of prefix pools
E. DHCPv6 does not require neighbor and router discovery on the network segment.

Correct Answer: BC