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#1 gtrmdmn

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Posted 02 March 2009 - 11:44 AM

I know that when an ipv6 attempts to configure its own addressing information it sends out a router solicitation message.  If it does not get a response or there are no routers present, it will try to contact a dhcpv6 server to obtain all or a portion of its settings.  What if there is no dhcpv6 server present either.  Like in the case of a Windows Vista, how does the host get a global address that is unique and routable on the internet in this situation?
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Posted 11 April 2009 - 06:49 AM

Yeah IP6 uses a MAC to generate a link local address, which is the equiv of a "private address" used on the local link or subnet.  This kind of address isn't routable on the internet.  I think it starts with FE8.  A global address is supposedly given only by an ip6 capable router, is routable on the internet, and usually starts with 2001:     (as far as I can tell)
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Posted 11 April 2009 - 06:50 AM

To add to that, as far as I can tell, if you don't have an ip6 capable router or dhcp server, you can't get on the net without being dual stack or doing manual config
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Posted 26 March 2011 - 04:46 AM

IPv6 is a adaptation of the Internet Protocol IP that is advised to accomplish Internet Protocol 4. The Internet operates by appointment abstracts in little packets that are apart baffled beyond networks as defined by an all-embracing communications agreement accepted as the Internet Protocol.

#5 Edvinjhoni

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Posted 26 March 2011 - 09:47 AM

IPv6 is the Internet Protocol Version 6. It is the additional adaptation of the Internet Protocol to be acclimated about beyond the basic world. The aboriginal adaptation was IPv4.

#6 advindevis

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Posted 09 May 2011 - 10:20 AM

Internet Protocol Version 6 is a network band agreement that allows abstracts communications through a packet switched network. Packet switching involves sending and accepting abstracts in packets amid two nodes in a network.

#7 Mareeobros

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Posted 16 May 2011 - 11:58 PM

IPv6 is intended to alter the IPv4 standard, whose limits on arrangement addresses are beginning to bind Internet advance and use, abnormally in China, India, and added heavily busy Asian countries.

#8 Anthony00814

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Posted 17 May 2011 - 01:11 AM

This new version, called IP adaptation 6 (IPv6), resolves hasty IPv4 architecture issues and takes the Internet into the 21st Century.IPv6 is 128 bits, can abutment up to addresses to accomplish approaching needs with bigger aegis and arrangement accompanying features.






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