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What does IPv6 "Limited" and "Local" mea

Postby guest » Tue Oct 14, 2008 10:43 pm

The prefix defines whether the IPv6 address is local. For
example, the link-local address is a combination of the link local prefix
FE80::/64 and a 64-bit IPv6 interface identifier (ID). And "Limited" means
the wireless connection signal does not match its expected quality.
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