IPv6 Router Advertisement Testing

Hello all, I was wondering if anybody knew anything about the topic of client-side processing of router advertisements.
I am trying to get an IPv6 implementation working with just a switch and 2 raspPi's(1 as a server, 1 as the client), and I need my client to process some of the information that will be in a router advertisement.

Does anyone have any recommendations as to what Linux programs are useful for setting up an environment to test/play around with this?
I currently have the "server" raspberry PI running the "radvd" daemon, but am curious what I would need client-side to verify my client has received the information I have configured on the "server" side.

Thanks for any feedback, and yes, I am learning as I am going with this IPv6 stuff, so apologies if what I have asked for does not make sense.

You can use ndisc6 tools for testing your IPv6 network


@Chernobyl_Bot, welcome to the community!

OpenWrt has IPv6 DHCPv6 server and RAs for SLAAC (Stateless Address Autoconfiguration) - enabled by default on LAN, and DHCPv6 client on WAN. If you want to simply test clients receiving RAs, OpenWrt will do this out-of-the-box.

It's free: https://ipv6.he.net/certification/