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You forgot the scope identifier, which is required to identify which link the link-local address you specified refers to. If the address you want is reachable through the eth1 interface, then you specify it: ping6 fe80::a00:27ff:fe77:9e77%eth1
The netstat command in RHEL 5 does not support IPv6. It's also deprecated. Use the ss command instead. ss -s Note well that this displays summary information and doesn't contain quite all the information that netstat -s might have displayed.
Strictly speaking there is nothing wrong with that configuration. In practice there are many poorly written resolver stacks in use in various applications. You will notice that Hurricane Electric does not dual-stack ns1.he.net (ns1 is IPv4 only, ns2 through ns5 are fully dual-stacked). That is arguably an overly cautious approach. I would not choose an ...
The :: address is the unspecified address. It is not often used on the wire, but its use is allowed in certain cases. One example is specified in RFC 3810 section 5.2.13, which explains the packets to ff02::16. Such packets don't seem spoofed and shouldn't trigger an RPF error. I therefore think this is an implementation bug in the ASA. I cannot be sure ...
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