ipv6 address tutorial animation

ipv6 address  tutorial animation

hi there welcome to ipv6 tutorial ipv6 is Internet protocol version 6 ipv6 uses a 128-bit address and having following address formats
first global unit cast it has global prefix a 48-bit subnet
have sixteen-bit,Unicast and anycast addresses are typically composed of two logical parts: a 64-bit network prefix used for routing, and a 64-bit interface identifier used to identify a host’s network interface and interface idea of 64 bit link local you know cast this address
start with fe80::/64 64 bit and 64 bit interface ID multicast address have 8 bit FF value, 1 for a bit flags 4 bit
scope and group id 112 bit ipv6 uses a 128-bit address allowing approximately 3.4×10^38 addresses ipv6 addresses are represented as 8
groups for hexadecimal digits separated by
colons for example leading zeros and each sixteen-bit field
are suppressed so the above address can be represented
as ipv6 define special-use range for example ::/0 is default route ::/128 is unspecified,::1/128 is
loopback like this a satyr address are defined
for its purpose in summary the address type and its
meaning unicast refer to one-to-one communication multicast one too many communication anycast and
address configured at multiple location multicast scope are interface local link local site local admin local and
global general header structure first four bits
is version which is by default set 26 next one by traffic class 20 bits flow
label to buy to payload length one bite next
header one bite hard limit 16 bytes of source
address and finally 16 bytes destination address thanks for watching the video do
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  • Zariga Tongy says:

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  • justgivemethetruth says:

    OK, so we know what is it supposed to be and how it is supposed to work … but, who uses it? Can I ping a machine by IPV6 address … what web server www.something.somedomain.com resolves to an IPV6 address?

  • justgivemethetruth says:

    This is just the infrastructure for the government to snoop on us isn't it?

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