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  1. Gigaknight
    21-Oct-2010 08:54 AM
    Greetings, CourtneyC--I don't mean to be a bother, but have you seen my response to you in my topic?
  2. El classico
    08-Sep-2010 06:55 AM
    El classico
    Sire i require immidiate aid.. please..
    its a complicated problem.. but i beleive your knowledge can
    get me through.. please visit the following link
  3. hopeful19
    23-Jul-2008 04:17 PM
    Thanks for the advice am on to it.........
  4. Courtneyc
    16-Jul-2008 10:30 PM
    Close, you need 8 sets of hex numbers in each group of four, but basically, you got the idea. 1000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0001 drops down to 1000::1. Remember that the double colons represent the 0000 only, and you can't drop trailing zeros, only leading zeroes. (You have to keep the 1000 but can drop the zeroes in 0001.)

  5. Flyingmunkie
    15-Jul-2008 05:11 PM
    "Flyingmonkie: The short of IPv6 is this. You can replace a continuous stream of zero's with to colons ( :: ) however you can only do this once (If there is a single digit other than a zero in the group of 8, you can't do this). You can also drop leading zeros. So, 0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0001 becomes ::1 (or as we write it ::1/128)."

    so now another question lets say its 1000.0000.0000.0001 or something like that can i drop the the zeros to 1::1? or did i get that wrong?
  6. jkjambsj
    11-Jul-2008 12:58 AM
    Thanks for the help with the CONTROL PANEL -> MAIL SETTINGS thing

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  • About Courtneyc
    South Central Kansas
    About Me
    Computer geek and instructor from central Kansas. Network administrator with a home AD domain network.
    Computers, flight simulator (actually anything that moves)
    Computer Training, Server Tech, Network Tech
    Computer Specs
    (1) *Intel Core i7 920 w/12 GB DDR3 RAM Win8.1 Pro, Nvidia GTX 960 (4GB)
    (2) *Samsung Series 7 Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit, 8GB, 1TB
    (3) *Intel Core i7 920 w/12 GB DDR3 RAM Win8.1 Pro, Nvidia GTX 770 (2GB)
    (4) *Samsung Series 7 Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit, 8GB, 1TB
    (5-7) *Ubuntu laptop (Gateway), and Servers (x2) (home-built) (14.04.1) running DHCP, NTP and DNS
    (8) *Intel Core i7 4790K w/32 GB DDR3 RAM Win8.1 Pro, Nvidia GTX 980 (4GB) + M.2 Extreme SSDD + RAID5
    *Cable 150Mbps, Router (802.11abn ac) + WAP (x2)
    *22.1 TB disk space on Gb network


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