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#31 LeonidVA

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Posted 03 June 2009 - 12:31 PM

there's an error in IPv6_ccna.doc
in subtopic RIPng

It's written:
The IPv6 multicast address used by RIPng is FF02::9

but FF02::9 is used by EIGRPv6

RIPng use 0xFF02::A (in the same way as in ripv2 in ipv4 224.0.0.10) for multicasting it's routing tables

Isn't it a mistake?
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#32 DarkFiber

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Posted 06 June 2009 - 02:14 AM

QUOTE (LeonidVA @ Jun 3 2009, 05:31 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
there's an error in IPv6_ccna.doc
in subtopic RIPng

It's written:
The IPv6 multicast address used by RIPng is FF02::9

but FF02::9 is used by EIGRPv6

RIPng use 0xFF02::A (in the same way as in ripv2 in ipv4 224.0.0.10) for multicasting it's routing tables

Isn't it a mistake?


Hello Pal , RIPv2 is using 224.0.0.9 , which is FF02::9 smile.gif

Try to take it thsi way , RIP is smaller than EIGRP , there for rip used .9 & eigrp uses .10

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#33 ashu.wifi

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Posted 14 November 2009 - 04:59 AM

Thanks Sir

hopefully i"ll learn ipv6 via yours tutorial :)
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#34 TonyZ

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 02:16 PM

Hi:
Excellent and helpful document. Thanks for taking the time to prepare it.
Please check the chart on page 6. It lists:
FF02::9 for EIGRPv6 and FF02::A for RIPng.
I believe it shoull be reversed.
Thanks,
Tony
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#35 DarkFiber

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Posted 13 December 2009 - 10:17 PM

Hi:
Excellent and helpful document. Thanks for taking the time to prepare it.
Please check the chart on page 6. It lists:
FF02::9 for EIGRPv6 and FF02::A for RIPng.
I believe it shoull be reversed.
Thanks,
Tony


Yeah, in the chart they are reversed, thats why some ppl here are confused...but in the rest of the document its OK

Nice catch buddy ;)
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#36 abdu_mka

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Posted 18 March 2010 - 06:25 PM

Dear Mr DarkFiber

thank you for your thread

my question is about address that are not mentioned in global , unicast , link-local , site-local ...


like address starting with for examples : A233:: or BDEE:: and so on .....

hope you understood my question ,, and than you very much
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#37 abdu_mka

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Posted 19 March 2010 - 03:44 AM

Dear Mr DarkFiber

thank you for your thread

my question is about address that are not mentioned in global , unicast , link-local , site-local ...


like address starting with for examples : A233:: or BDEE:: and so on .....

hope you understood my question ,, and than you very much



allow me to explain my question better <

2001:210::1 -----> is global right

fe80::441:-------> is local right ?

but what about

DE43:534A::1234 -------> ????
CE3A::1 ------------> ????
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#38 DarkFiber

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 01:29 AM

allow me to explain my question better <

2001:210::1 -----> is global right

fe80::441:-------> is local right ?

but what about

DE43:534A::1234 -------> ????
CE3A::1 ------------> ????


As far as i know they are not used yet, its not authorized, the IPv6 organization responsible for it (IEFT, IANA...i really cant remember) didnt assign them yet.
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#39 Smith JohN

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Posted 16 June 2010 - 01:12 PM

Thank you very much for the cool presentaton on IPV6
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#40 asoft

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 03:00 AM

IPv6 tutorial is available here: http://www.tutorials.../IPv6-Tut-1.htm
The article covers embedding MAC address in IPv6, reserved address space, and differences between IPv6 and IPv4.
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#41 Winstyle

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Posted 05 October 2011 - 06:35 PM

fank's good post
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#42 hadleygabi

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Posted 20 October 2011 - 01:47 AM

hi,
can you plz tell me about this?
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#43 aluminumrailing

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Posted 23 November 2011 - 11:26 AM

This is useful, thank you for your sharing.




gre sentence completion
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#44 hadleygabi

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Posted 26 November 2011 - 02:37 AM

hi every one
can anyperson guide me about this?????
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#45 funkychild

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Posted 25 December 2011 - 11:38 PM

Hi,
Thanx for this great article. I have a question concerning Global Unicast Address ( page 4 of the word document )

The first 4 bits of the Global unicast address are always 0001 as for this writing. (2000::/3)

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Did you mean the first 3 bits ?

Because 0010000000000000 is 2000 in hex and 0001000000000000 is 2000 in hex 1000 in hex.

Best regards.
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