Understanding IPv6 address formats
Under Networking in my Droplet's info page, I can see an entry for Public IPv6 Address, however it ends in /64. I also see a configurable range. I'm not sure which to use for the network interface settings in Ubuntu. Can I just enter one of the addresses in the range as eth0's static IPv6 address? Can I theoretically use each of the (64?) addresses by making an entry for each in Ubuntu's network interface config file? Would pasting in the "Public IPv6 Address" as-is work? (it ends with "/64" and seems short for an IPv6 address).
I've read up on DigitalOcean's IPv6 documentation, but I remain uncertain on these few things. Your help is greatly appreciated!