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post #71 of (permalink) Old 2013-04-29, 04:50 PM
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At the moment, I assume you have the W7 computer configured for a subnet, with routing enabled. Is that correct? If so, if you go to another computer, where the gogo client is not running, do you see an IPv6 address other than the link-local address (which starts with FE80)? I have the gogo Linux client running on my firewall computer. I also set up forwarding rules and enabled router advertisements. This enables any IPv6 capable device on my network to obtain IPv6 addresses from my subnet. I can then reach any of those devices from elsewhere via IPv6. If that W7 computer is not configured to be a router and advertise the subnet, then the other computers will not get an IPv6 address.

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