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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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cmd: create dhcp superscope

On Windows Server 2008 (R1, 32-Bit) I've got that far to create a superscope on the command line via cmd, not PowerShell (yay!) through netsh dhcp server \\SERVER scope IP.ADD.RE.SS set superscope ...
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Have DHCP use different scopes based on MAC address using Server 2012

I'd like my Windows 2012 DHCP server to give ShoreTel phones IP addresses from one scope, and everything else IP addresses from another scope. For example, I'd like to give phones IPs from ...
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DHCP Reservation being ignored in Windows 2008 R2

I have multiple scopes on my dhcp server. 192.168.10.x and 192.168.20.x I have reservations for certain mac addresses on the 192.168.10.x network. However occasionally they will pull 192.168.20.x ...
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DHCP Reservation

I've been having problems with a few statements I've been reading. When setting up DHCP Reservation based on MAC addresses... Do the reserved IP's need to be in one of the scopes or not? Judging from ...
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How to configure DHCP to assign devices to subnets?

I have Windows 2008 R2. There are three classes of devices on our network- IP phones, Handheld (WM5 & 6) devices, and everything else (Computer, printers, servers). I use 2 Cisco Catalyst switches ...
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Windows DHCP server with multiple scopes - which will be used

I have a Win 2k3 server with DHCP running on a subnet with no VLAN, and 5 scopes (each with a different subnet). I have 4 VLAN's and a router that does DHCP relay to that server from each vlan. I ...
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Configuring a new DHCP scope in Server 2008 R2

As I was running through the scope wizard in DHCP for Windows Server 2008 R2, the wording on the wizard was slightly confusing: it seems to imply that changes I make to the default gateway and DNS ...
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Windows 2008 R2 DHCP for two scope on two interfaces

I'm setting up a brand new DHCP Server over Windows 2008 R2 Standard edition server, and I'm planning to serv two differents lan with this one. Here is my configuration: 1 AD/DNS/DHCP Server with ...
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Increasing the DHCP range for a SonicWall Pro 300

Given a LAN with default gateway of 10.5.1.1 and subnet of 255.255.0.0 The DHCP range is currently set in the range of 10.5.2.1 to 10.5.3.254 The 10.5.1.x range is reserved for static IP's. I want ...
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DHCP helper with a single subnet and multiple scopes

First, a little bit about what we're trying to do. We are migrating from being multiple LANs (multiple subnets) connected over slow VPN links to a single MAN (single subnet) connected with gigabit ...
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Assign DHCP IPs for specific MAC prefixes on Windows Server 2008 R2

I'm running Windows Server 2008 R2 for my DHCP server. We are about to switch over to a VoIP system and Cisco VoIP phones. I would like to assign a specific range of IPs to these phones which will ...
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bash: variable loses value at end of while read loop

I have a problem in one of my shell scripts. Asked a few colleagues, but they all just shake their heads (after some scratching), so I've come here for an answer. According to my understanding the ...
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Windows 2008 Firewall IP Range

I've got a port exception that I've added to Windows Firewall. And under Scope, I'm able to add specific IP addresses allowed, each separated by a comma. The problem is, how can I enter a range of ...
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Split your DHCP scope among multiple servers?

I want to implement a redundancy solution. I have two subnets all windows XP machines - each with their own DHCP server - joined by a bridge. Currently - all machines get DHCP leases from the one ...