The 169.254.9.165 address is a dummy address for an interface which never received an address, and yet needs an address.
The ifconfig output shows a small amount of data went out, roughly what a DHCP request would require. Only two packets are received, and so it looks like DHCP response did not assign anything. There were no errors of any kind, and so hardware seems to be ok.
The missing “route” output is consistent with a lack of DHCP response.
Some routers might only give you an IPv6 response, but I suspect that unless your situation is somehow special this isn’t the case. Most likely network setup related to disabling IPv6 did something other than what you expected, but you still have to check your router and see if it saw the MAC address 00:04:4b:et:40:df, and if it did, see if it has a log or note on the assigned address. Perhaps it is something as simple as the router rejecting MAC addresses it doesn’t know.