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  • Re: U/L bit

    Hello Major Muhamed, Jeremey Stretch of Packetlife.net helps us with this answer....and he takes it from the RFC. http://packetlife.net/blog/2008/aug/4/eui-64-ipv6/ [quote user="Jeremy Stretch at packetlife.net"] Again, you're probably wondering why this is done. The answer lies buried in section 2.5.1 of RFC 2373: The motivation for inverting
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by JoeM on 02-22-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    No reason to continue with this negative view. Everyone here is trying to help everyone. Some people just ask questions and do not say thankyo, nor do they try to help other people. These are rude people just looking for free answers. But, many people do try to help others. By helping others, they become better themselves. Martin is one of those people
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by JoeM on 02-22-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    Muhamed, Let's get back to the IPv6 question about double colons :: -- only one allowed per address. Do you now understand what the rule is and why it is a necessary rule? There is no magic to it at all. It simply would not be possible for unicast, if devices started having overlapping IPv6 addresses. In the other forum, it looks like someone copied
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by JoeM on 02-21-2017
  • Re: Youracclaim digital badges

    I seem to recall receiving a Cisco email about this, and then I started receiving an acclaim email for each cert I have. Didn't even realize that I had that many certs. haha I only care about one of them right now. ;-) https://home.pearsonvue.com/About-Pearson-VUE/Discover-Pearson-VUE/Pearson-VUE-businesses/Acclaim.aspx
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching General (Forum) by JoeM on 02-21-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    [quote user="major133"] i don`t get the answer that`s iam looking for [/quote] Muhamed, This may be the problem. You are not listening to people, because you are looking for a certain answer. I asked you more than once to look at the problems I outlined....but you refused. That took my time, but you called it an "any answer". I laughed
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by JoeM on 02-21-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    Hi Martin, a mask is not needed for this example. It can be whatever someone wants it to be. [quote] also see same post , topic, author at https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/105366 [/quote] Wow! He even copies and pastes the same responses on the other forum. Everyone gives examples, but he is stuck on his special IPv6 address. Wasting people's
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by JoeM on 02-20-2017
  • Re: OSPF LSA Type 4

    Hi Oudmaster, Here is a good blog from packetlife.net http://packetlife.net/blog/2008/apr/21/ where-are-type-4-lsas-generated /
    Posted to CCIE Routing & Switching Technical (Forum) by JoeM on 02-20-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    [quote user="major133"] is the difficulity is the only reason that make ipv6 designer prevent from using multiple :: into same address? [/quote] Muhamed, I am very happy to help you with your doubts on this. I do not know any other reason than the one I have shown you. The issue should be very obvious with the above two examples I gave you
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by JoeM on 02-20-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    Not from Mexico.....but I do miss living in Mexico. ;-) I think that I have answered your question. Can you answer the puzzle that I gave you? If you can answer the puzzle, then you will understand the reason for a rule like this. If we identify a problem with multiple double-colons, why would we make exceptions for the rule. That would make life very
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by JoeM on 02-19-2017
  • Re: IPv6 Abbreviation

    Hello Mohamed from Egypt . We have exchanged posts frequently. You usually are not so quick to reply back after people answer your questions. Happy to hear from you again so soon. Hope your studies are doing well. Take a look at this puzzle: IPv6 address: 2001 :: 3 :: 5 Can you identify the true ipv6 address? A. 2001 :0000: 3 :0000:0000:0000:0000: 5
    Posted to CCNP (Forum) by JoeM on 02-19-2017
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