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comment IPv6 routing to another interface
I have no idea why, but it seemed to be a client issue. After wiping the config and reinstalling it; still no luck. After patching the client machine and rebooting it worked not only in the simulator but in the lab as well. Thank you guys for your help!
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comment IPv6 routing to another interface
Ahh, thank you. I've corrected the problem description to indicate it's on FA 1/0. From what I understand of the cisco example; you have to turn on IPv6 routing for uni-cast and multicast individually which I did. I'm getting link-local multi-castlistern reports(PIM) from the router so I beleive ipv6 multicast is enabled. My wireshark shows neighbor solicitation messages for 2001:0000:0000:3000::1 from my PC, but no responses. I'm thinking the next clue may lie within that protocol.
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comment IPv6 routing to another interface
Windows 7. For IPv6 the default route is Default Gateway 2001:0000:0000:2000::1. My thinking is if the IP is on the same subnet(2000::1), then the router would accept the packet. However if it's not then send it to the default gateway(in this case the router, 2000::1), who will act as the intermediary between the two networks.
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comment bash script while true + sleep 24 hours + single command VS Cron
I would say no, it's not good practice. What happens if you reboot or the program is kill -9ed? Even if it's loaded at at boot it still is going to wait 24 hours before doing task. To be mean, I could make a task to reload the system every 22 hours and you'd never get to run your code. :/ You can probably get around this by storing that information in a configuration file and checking if the current date is past the next run date. Though why do that if cron does it already? Cron is there for a reason, so unless there is a very solid reason to avoid using it, use it & save yourself pain.
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comment Multiple Vlans per NIC on Windows 2008
Much sadness and woe! We are using HP specific configuration utilities and we haven't had and positive luck getting that to work at all so I was hoping there was a way to bypass that. Thank you.
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answered Zabbix - Windows equivalent