I am trying to setup 2 IPv6 subnets across a Cisco 2621 Router. I am having some trouble... I have assigned: fe0/0 2607:fcb8:10::x:x:x:x fe0/1 2607:fcb8:11::x:x:x:x On the fe0/0 side I have a ...
I run an ICMPv6 protocol and I have made a capture using wireshark. In the capture I have some Multicast Listener Report Message v2. Some of the has the source ip, the ipv6 link local address, but ...
we have set up a small IPv6 Testing network. The setup looks like this: ::/0 +----------+ | Firewall | Router to the public net +----------+ | 2001:...::/106 | ...
IPv6 connect B to A works, A to B fails with B's SYN-ACK receiving ICMP destination unreachable prohibited
I'm testing on IPv6. A is a server in a Cogent colo with native IPv6, call it 2001:db8:1111::1. B is a Mac mini behind an Airport Extreme router behind ISP Comcast; the router is set up to use ...
So I'm playing around with IPv6 on my home network a bit more, and I'm doing things a bit old-fashioned -- setting up static addresses and such. This means I don't really want or care for all the ...
I have two 'router' type devices setup on my network. One is my actual IPv6 router - a Cisco 2621 (fe80::xxxx:3e60). It's the correct default router. Another is a DLINK DIR-615 (fe80::xxxx:5760). ...