Thanks for your answer
Yes,the link-local will be : fe80::1 link-local
In fact I'm using Packet tracer and I have 2 network but I need 2 subnet for for PC-A and PC-B how can do it(subnet it) accoriding my Ip 2001:db8:acad::/48 ?


Where did you get this address? From the ISP?

in Ipv6, the link local addresses are non-global, unicast and will have the prefix of fe80:. Depending on your host, you run ipconfig /all or ifconfig (or whatever command for the platform) and list out the ipv6's for each interface.

If you are going to subnet internally, you can edit the link local's unicast subnet prefix with something like fe80:0:0:1 where the multicast would look like ff02: as the prefix for link local multicasts.

My question about Ipv6 subnetting
My address is 2001:db8:acad::/48
I have two subnet x and y and two pc
How can I divide the address in 2 subnet and find link-local?


Did you have a question, or just wanted to see who else out there is a fan? Personally, I'm a huge fan. I wouldn't consider myself a genius at networking (I can do simple things, like set up a Windows domain, VPN, etc.), and to be honest, the name Cisco scared me a bit, but setting them up was incredibly easy and straightforward.

Hi guy's! anyone can help me? Im trying to idea's for my final year project at university and I haven't got a clue! My degree is in BSC in CSE and I am also doing a CCNA course. Anyone got any idea's how I could incorporate this into a project? anyone can help?
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DMZ host is not secure from my knowledge; unless tying in an IP for example from increases security so not as everyone can access or compromise ones NAS ?

Otherwise if tying in another IP does not help with security, I assume that is why you recommend OwnDrive ?


You have several options provided your router allows for a DMZ host or something along those lines. If you point the DMZ host to your NAS you could access it the same way you access it locally. You can attach to a system that is behind your router and then point the DMZ host toward that system. There are also services like this one:

Hi, I'm referring to a NAS storage device that is at home behind a router. I want to know if there is any service or method to which I can view via the cloud, the media files or any files for that matter as if I'm using a Cloud Service like OneDrive instead it's a NAS ?


In order to answer your question we need a little more information. Are you referring to NAS storage that is connected to a web server (you mentioned CPanel) that is available on the internet or are you referring to a NAS storage device at your home behind the router that connects to your ISP.