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I went through the EZSetup process however when I try to re-connect afterwards it just tells me that my subnet for the switch is different then the PC. Then how does that affect IPv6 addressing? > > Say, fec0:10:10:10::/64, intuitively we know that we can't use the first address, does that mean we can use rest of addresses? Anyone care to help a beginner out? key can't be retrieved. have a peek at this web-site

rangkayo sutan <risnaini [at] netsoft> Cc: snort bsd <snortbsd [at] yahoo>; juniper-nsp <juniper-nsp [at] puck> Sent: Saturday, 2 February, 2008 12:42:52 PM Subject: Re: [j-nsp] IPv6 subnetting On Fri, Feb 01, I am not very familiar with the concept of unnumbered interfaces but it sounds like it might be useful; I will do some experiments.Both subnets are indeed in the same VLAN. Here what i got after I tried to commit: 'address 2:10::14/126' Cannot assign address 0 on subnet error: configuration check-out failed Then later tried fec0:10:10:10::14/125 and the interface took it. I have posted on serveral forums and so far no luck.

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honestly, it doesn't sound right to me: So, we subnet the address fec0::/126 according the rules of IPv4; 0~3, 4~7, 8~11, 12~15, and so on... But IPv6 doesn't have "broadcasting addresses". Theme by Laptop Geek. The Subnet-Router anycast address is intended to be used for applications where a node needs to communicate with any one of the set of routers.

san-mic Certification & Career 1 06-18-2011 05:47 AM Juniper SSL VPN susspiciously slow launch Hi all, i use Juniper network SSL VPN client called network connect V6.5.0 on both my PC Martin: A Clash of Kings JAMES MCINVAILLE 2006-01-25 05:36:10 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hi Joerg,Check your mask; with a /127 I think your specifying a subnet 0. rgs a. http://forums.juniper.net/t5/SRX-Services-Gateway/Multiple-subnets-on-an-interface-with-a-single-IP-address/td-p/128479 Same broadcast domain, same physical interface on the Juniper HA cluster (actually it's a redundant interface pair, reth4).

key can’t be retrieved. It looks like I installed it myself as it was installed a year or so ago and... But IPv6 doesn't have "broadcasting addresses". rangkayo sutan risnaini at netsoft.net.id Fri Feb 1 01:32:49 EST 2008 Previous message: [j-nsp] IPv6 subnetting Next message: [j-nsp] IPv6 subnetting Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [

version 11.4R1.6; system { time-zone GMT-7; root-authentication { } services { web-management { management-url 192.168.1.202; http; } } syslog { user * { any emergency; } file messages { any notice; If you still want you this /126, please set to 10::15/126 should be fine. Then how does that affect IPv6 addressing? > > Say, fec0:10:10:10::/64, intuitively we know that we can't use the first address, does that mean we can use rest of addresses? It should give me four addresses with first one being network ID/anycast address and I could use rest of three, right?

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Dave ----- Original Message ---- From: Mark Kamichoff <prox [at] prolixium> To: a. www.yahoo7.com.au/worldsbestemail > > > _______________________________________________ > juniper-nsp mailing list juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net > https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/juniper-nsp > > Previous message: [j-nsp] IPv6 subnetting Next message: [j-nsp] IPv6 subnetting Messages sorted by: [ date fec0::14/126 is not the first address > of that subnet. Source The first address in any IPv6 subnet is reserved for subnet-router anycast.

paris: Looks like it can't find that user Try powershelling Get-Mailbox usernameofperson Once that comes back... The switch IP is 192.168.1.202 and the subnet is 255.255.255.0, the switch is not connected to anything other then the PC for testing purposes and probably wont be. 01-04-2013, 02:59 But that wastes an IP and complicates workstation configuration...

This anycast address is syntactically the same as a unicast address for an interface on the link with the interface identifier set to zero.

within the Modems/Cable/DSL/Satellite forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. This also includes the first address of /127's. I receive the same address i put into the script at $mailbox =... The equivalent of doing this in GNU/Linux:ifconfig eth0 A.B.C.D/25ip route add A.B.C.128/26 dev eth0This configures the address A.B.C.D/25 on the interface, and adds A.B.C.128/26 subnet as a second link-local subnet.

Search for: Categories Downloads ITechLounge Mac Multimedia Networking Operating Systems PC Security Servers Storage Virtualization Web Tools.ITechLounge.net |-> BandwidthTest |-> GetMyIP |-> NS Lookup |-> Ping |-> TraceRoute |-> Whois Recent Message 1 of 5 (6,685 Views)   Reply srigelsford Super Contributor Posts: 203 Registered: ‎04-14-2008 0 Kudos Re: Multiple subnets on an interface, with a single IP address Options Mark as r.isnaini. have a peek here what about fec0:10:10:10::14/126?

Both of them work great, their IP adresses are 192.168.1.200 and .201 01-04-2013, 04:19 PM #7 Wand3r3r TSF Emeritus Join Date: Sep 2010 Location: Oregon Posts: 16,395 OS: rangkayo sutan wrote: > Yes, you cannot assign 10::14/126 which 4 I believe is network ID for > /126 (/30 in ipv4), before 10::14/126 there should 10::/126. Section 2.6.1 of RFC 2373 defines this. r.isnaini.

Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 01-04-2013, 01:44 PM #2 Wand3r3r TSF Emeritus Join Date: Sep 2010 Location: Oregon Posts: 16,395 OS: Vista/Win7 Welcome to TSF! Networking Support 8 07-08-2011 08:39 AM About Juniper Certification, Juniper Certified Training and Specialisation Exams Are you want to do any juniper certification? The "subnet prefix" in an anycast address is the prefix that identifies a specific link. www.yahoo7.com.au/worldsbestemail > > > _______________________________________________ > juniper-nsp mailing list juniper-nsp [at] puck > https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/juniper-nsp > > _______________________________________________ juniper-nsp mailing list juniper-nsp [at] puck https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/juniper-nsp prox at prolixium Feb2,2008,11:42AM Post #4 of 6 (4036

www.yahoo7.com.au/y7mail _______________________________________________ juniper-nsp mailing list juniper-nsp [at] puck https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/juniper-nsp prox at prolixium Feb3,2008,8:28PM Post #6 of 6 (4056 views) Permalink Re: IPv6 subnetting [In reply to] On Sun, Feb 03, 2008 at 05:58:26PM Message 5 of 5 (6,620 Views)   Reply « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Solutions About Juniper Partners Community Request a Quote How to Buy Feedback Contact Us https://www.juniper.net/techpubs/en_...-up-j-web.html 01-15-2013, 03:09 PM #9 James25 Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2013 Posts: 6 OS: XP Here is my configuration settings, I still have not been able to Privacy Policy ITechLounge.net IT troubleshooting start here!

What is your ip subnet for the network? www.yahoo7.com.au/y7mail _______________________________________________ juniper-nsp mailing list juniper-nsp [at] puck https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/juniper-nsp risnaini at netsoft Jan31,2008,10:32PM Post #3 of 6 (4053 views) Permalink Re: IPv6 subnetting [In reply to] Hi, Yes, you cannot assign 10::14/126 which Section 2.6.1 of RFC 2373 defines this. Computer noise (Not fans) Lightning/Surge Protectors for DSL Desktop goes off I Think I fried Something~It Ain't...

It's hex, and should go: fec0::0/126: 0-3 (0 reserved) fec0::4/126: 4-7 (4 reserved) fec0::8/126: 8-b (8 reserved) fec0::c/126: c-f (c reserved) And, to keep going... Shannon sblackatneteq Networking Support 0 04-01-2011 09:16 AM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your Say, fec0:10:10:10::/64, intuitively we know that we can't use the first address, does that mean we can use rest of addresses?