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Yes System 256 2001:470:xxxx:yyyy::/64 13 Internet Yes Manual 256 2001:470:xxxx:yyyy::/64 21 RAS (Dial In) Interface Your Internet subnet and RAS subnet need to be different subnets. Pick one, assign it to your RAS subnet and ensure your IPv6 gateway knows to route that subnet to your RRAS server.


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I don't believe there is a configuration option that will do what you ask for. However, I also don't believe that the double notifications is really any cause for concern. While it is redundant in this configuration, the overhead it leads to is minimal and typically no problem at all. Generally speaking, receiving multiple notify messages is not outside ...


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Turn off the autonomous flag and turn on the manual flag on your router. Set the static address on the nic to use prefix 128 and you will be gold. You can diagnose stateless address assignment using get-netipaddress in powershell which will display where the system got the address from. NOTE: If autonomous flag is on, windows server (even setup as dhcp) ...


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Your virtualhost hev to be defined like this <VirtualHost *:80>which is allowing access for both ipv4 and ipv6. Also, Apache documentation uses this format for ipv6 restriction : Allow from 2001:db8::a00:20ff:fea7:ccea Apache doc


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The notation where you surround the IPv6 address with brackets is only used in cases where there might be confusion between the address and an optional port number. One example is in the Listen directive. Because it can specify both an address and a port the brackets have to be added to avoid confusion: Listen 2001:db8::1:8080 is invalid because it could ...


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After many experiments and a lot of ambiguous docs and articles, I have deducted that managedaddress and otherstateful are relevant only in conjunction with advertise(i.e. when you enable RA on your Windows server) and they help setting the M and O flags in the RA packets. If routerdescovery is enabled and advertise disabled, you can't configure ...


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Im parsing /proc/net/tcp, also /tcp6,/udp6 on Android and this are my simple methods for conversion, in Java. Thanks kasperd for guide me to this solution. /**B80D01200000000067452301EFCDAB89 -> 2001:0db8:0000:0000:0123:4567:89ab:cdef * */ public static String toRegularHexa(String hexaIP){ StringBuilder result = new StringBuilder(); for(int ...


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The 2002::/16 prefix is used for 6to4, which requires the next 32 bits (after the 16 bit prefix) to be a global unicast IPv4 address. You say it must be higher than 2002:0099:: which is probably because you haven't fully understood the hexadecimal part of the IPv6 address notation. 2002:0099:: would correspond to IPv4 address 0.153.0.0, but 0.255.255.255 ...


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https://www.google.de/?q=ipv6+address+2002:: or check the IPv6 Global Unicast Address Assignments to see that 2002:0000::/16 is the 6to4 address range.


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First of all you are going to need IPv6 in a few years. Based on statistics published by Google my best guess as to when IPv6 adoption will cross the 50% mark is 3 years from now. Any IPv6 related problem a system administrator is facing needs to be solved, not hidden and ignored. If you take the approach of making changes now that solve your immediate ...


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That nameserver does respond to NS queries for the root zone. I just tried it. The fact that Windows is trying to contact it suggests that the operating system thinks it has IPv6 connectivity. Ensure that you haven't got any IPv6 transition technologies enabled, specifically ISATAP, Teredo, or 6to4.


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Having the same problem here. Solution is to flush the IPV6 route cache after setting the route: ip -6 route flush cache Changing your interfaces section to: ... auto virbr_external iface virbr_external inet6 static bridge_ports none bridge_stp off bridge_fd 0 address 2a01:4f8:X:Y:1::2 netmask 80 up ip -6 route add 2a01:4f8:X:Y:2::/80 ...


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Well, first off, relying on MAC addresses as identifying information is not a good idea - they can be trivially changed by the user. Regarding SLAAC, as you've found out, it's very much not suited for an environment that you need control over. As such, consider switching to DHCPv6. Once you've switched to DHCP, the solution to your MAC address problem is ...


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Which (if any) public TLDs permit for such subdomain configuration? They all should. However some registrars may prevent it due to restrictions in their web UIs. You should consider this a bug and complain. It would be useful if you reported any registrars you find doing this. How many DNS requests, pertaining to the domain, will be served by ...


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What you're asking is largely opinion based, which isn't a good way to approach the problem. What you should be more concerned with are what the standards have to say. Considering the fact that nothing has emerged to obsolete BCP91, I think you would be best served by reading the document in full. Section 1 explains the problem in detail, but to avoid ...


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All TLDs should support this, however for the near future having a DNS server with a v6 only address would have too many limitations.


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In Puppet Enterprise the puppetmaster should be listening on a dual stack IPv6/IPv4 socket by default. Though PE has some other IPv6-related brokenness (my site) you'll have to work around. In open source Puppet, such as you may have obtained via EPEL, you need to set the bindaddress explicitly in the [main] section of /etc/puppet/puppet.conf: [main] ...


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If you host multiple vhost domains with a single Nginx instance, you can't use the single combined listen directive listen [::]:80 ipv6only=off; for each of them. Nginx has a weird quirk where you can only specify the ipv6only parameter once for each port, or it will fail to start. That means you can't specify it for each vhost domain server block. As ...


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If you can connect to the internet from your local machine, the issue should be on the router. For security reason, it is not good to let direct access from internet to your local machines, except if you know what you are doing. To prevent attack and scans. As IPv4 you can have local IPV6 addresses and be connected to internet throw NAT that is still a good ...



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