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ipv6 : why ndp resolves to global scope address?

I'm facing a strange ipv6 behavior and I don't know how to solve it because I'm not familiar with ipv6. Maybe this behavior is normal. I hope that you will help me. ( I'm running under debian 6.0.9 ...
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NDP + DHCPv6 (DNS) how to?

How to combine, get prefix ipv6 through the NDP and getting dns through dhcpv6? example: interface FastEthernet1/0 no ip address duplex auto speed auto ipv6 address 2000::/64 eui-64 ipv6 nd ...
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IPv6 hosts configure default route with router's link-local address

I have recently added IPv6 to our network as per the instructions at http://www.chronos-tachyon.net/reference/debian-ipv6-and-hurricane-electric. However, the hosts on the network automatically ...
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How to enable Ipv6 on my ubunutu 11.04 virtual machine

I have installed 3 VM's on my PC.(Ubuntu 11.04).I want to setup an IPV6 network to review and test some of the IPV6 tools like NDPMonitor.(monitors ICMP messages of Neighbour Discovery Protocol.) IP ...
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IPv6 routing setup (using native IPv6)

I administrate the network for a small organisation. Having only experience with IPv4, I'm unsure of how to best approach IPv6. Existing IPv4 setup We have 13 public IPv4 addresses which are all ...
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Why use DHCPv6 over Stateless Address Autoconfiguration?

IPv6 and RFC 2462 provide a means for hosts to configure their own IP addresses via stateless address autoconfiguration. To me this seems like the bee's knees, and it leaves me wondering why someone ...
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Linux tool for IPv6 unsolicited neighbor advertisements

Unsolicited neighbor advertisements is necessary to facilitate rapid service address takeover in a HA cluster. For IPv4 (ARP) you can use "arping -U", but so far I've had no luck finding any tool that ...
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How do you display the IPv6 NDISC cache in Linux?

Suppose you've configured IPv6 proxy NDP on one of your Linux systems like so: ip -6 neighbor add proxy 2001:db8:1234::5 dev eth1 How do you verify that the configuration took? ip -6 neighbor show ...