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ipv6 ping host got destination host unreachable until run tcpdump [migrated]

At first (all computer booted) when I ping the gateway (linux computer, two network cards(one is usb)) from a windows computer, I got: "Destination host unreachable", but when I run "tcpdump -i ...
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Do anycast addresses imply IPv6? [closed]

From what I understand, as a random user on the Internet, you cannot really know if an IPv4 address is unicast or anycast. However if you ping that IPv4 from two hosts physically located on two ...
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IPv6 address not available from outside

Since Hetzner pretty much doesn't give out any IPv4 addresses, no matter what the reason is, I decided to give IPv6 a try. These is the assigned IP address subnet mask IPs: 2a01:4f8:190:5112:: /64 ...
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How to ping ipv6 interface

I'm trying to get familiar with ipv6 I don't understand why I can't ping this interface at the inet6 addr eth1 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 08:00:27:77:9e:77 inet addr:192.168.33.10 ...
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Setting up 2 IPv6 Subnets and ping across Cisco router [closed]

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 ...
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Why does an IPv6 route added before virtual machine is started not work

I have an external server at Hetzner with Debian 7 and trying to setup KVM with IPv6 Routing (the same setup works for IPv4 without problems). I have one Ubuntu Server VM with two interfaces which ...
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Does Linux support IPv4 mapped IPv6 addresses?

I work in a mixed IPv4 / IPv6 environment. I read that IPv4 addresses can be mapped into the IPv6 space with this syntax ::ffff:1.2.3.4 (1.2.3.4 is the IPv4 address) Does Linux support this ...
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Can't ping6 a network interface from a different Ubuntu computer

I cannot ping6 the network interface "tun0" on the host computer from a virtual machine. Using vmware, I installed a Ubuntu 12.04 virtual machine, that is connected to the host machine with NAT. ...
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IPv6: ping6 from foreign host works, but cannot ping6 on same host [ubuntu 12.04]

I have a strange issue with ipv6 on Ubuntu 12.04. There are two hosts, directly connected to the internet. Both have assigned a /64 network. They are properly configured with a /128 endpoint each and ...
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Ping6 fail on linux

I have 2 linux box configured with IPv4. I have tried adding IPv6 to them. I have issued this commands on box1: ip -6 addr add fd32:2d7f:f3c1::1/48 dev eth0 And I get this: inet6 addr: ...
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Can't ping using IPv6 address

My network setup is very simple: two win7-64 machines connected to a switch. IPv6 enabled for their network interface. No router no outside network no DHCP. ipconfig report for the computer shows ...
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ping6 overhead compared to ping overhead

I am testing IPv6 latency from a Linux box, and I noticed this weird difference between IPv4 ping and IPv6 ping: # ping -n -A -q -c 500 speedtest.steffann.nl PING speedtest.steffann.nl (10.3.10.20) ...
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Configure static IPv6 on Ubuntu

I'm trying to configure IPv6 on a dedicated Ubuntu server. My provider gave me a "/64" (whatever that is - I'm still confused) of IPv6 addresses. However, when I try to use them, I can't ping ...
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OpenVZ veth interface error

I'm trying to setup my openvz containers to use a veth interface. I have veth1.0 on the host node and I see eth0 in the vz. but when I do: ip -6 route add 2001:249a:aaa1:0000:0000:0000:0001:0001/112 ...
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IPv6: Can't ping anything - “Operation not permitted”

I've been working on getting IPv6 support into my network, and had everything working properly for a short while. The server is running Ubuntu Server 8.10. Now however whenever I attempt to do ...
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Can't ping guest OS from Windows XP SP3 host running VIC

I am running VMware ESX Server 3i Version 3.5.0 and accessing this server using VMware Infrastructure Client Version 2.5.0 on a Windows XP SP3 machine. I have enabled the Microsoft TCP/IP version 6 ...