I've been reseraching the best way(s) to store both ipv4 & ipv6 ip addresses. Simply put, so far there seems to be much debate as to how to do so properly ranging from storing them as varchar or in a binary format. I'm really not sure at this point. I suppose I would like to hear from some folks here as to your experience doing so. Some things I need to consider: 1. At some point, I may be storing possibly millions of ips, so I do need to consider storage size in advance, obviously. 2. I also assume when …

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Hi 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?

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I've had a real good look around at it seems to be quite difficult, all I can find is ones that claim to work in PHP, I tried them anyway and get invalid groupings, escape sequnses etc... I cannot find one for C#. I do not have the ipv6 to use TryParse, I need to match an ipv6 in a string. Maybe someone has successfully made one or had better luck searching than me. Thank you for reading.

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Hello, first of all let me clarify that I am just a programmer but I needed a dedicated server , with no many modification so I bought an unmanaged dedicated server from a hosting company (I try to avoid using their support as they stated a lot that this is an unmanaged server) This company provides one IP for root server and a /64 IPv6 Subnet. Setting up the WHM I noticed that it has some fixed Name Servers (I want to use my own ns1.example.com ns2.example.com). What I have done so far: 1- I added a new reverse dns …

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Wednesday 6th June 2012 is [URL="http://www.worldipv6day.org/"]World IPv6 Launch Day[/URL] (no, seriously, it is) and, we have been continually reminded in a Chicken Little fashion, the IPv4 address space sky is falling. The fact that the media obsession with Internet addresses running out has been on-going for at least a decade now, fuelled no doubt by slow news days and headline space to fill, has led to something of a blasé attitude towards making the move over to IPv6. Indeed, you might be forgiven for thinking that the whole IPv6 thing had fallen by the wayside and become another Betamax technology. …

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Hello good people , I'd like to make an interview about ipv6 so if theres someone who know about this topic, so that we can make a video conference about this topic

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Today is [World IPv6 Launch Day](http://www.worldipv6launch.org ).Today is the day that the global Internet gets redefined. Today is the day that people everywhere are saying "so what?" I imagine. However, not everyone is having a 'meh!' moment at the thought of IPv6 being officially launched. Take Jay Parikh, Vice President of Infrastructure at Facebook, who insists that "supporting IPv6 has become crucial to the future scalability of the Internet" and goes on to say that it's "awesome to see so many people and companies working together across the world to make progress on this transition". But is IPv6, as the …

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You can test your connection here: [url]http://ipv6test.google.com/[/url] Apparently, Wednesday, June 8th is "World IPv6 Day" when major websites and CDNs will be sending their content over IPv6. For instance, if you cannot connect to Google on that day, you will need to surf to [url]http://ipv4.google.com[/url] to do your searches. My best guess is that most people will not experience any problems. Almost any computer / router purchased within the last 5 years should either be compatible / or easily upgradable. Most Internet Service Providers (ISPs) *should* already be compatible. In fact, you can obtain detailed information about your internet connection …

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According to [URL="www.thinkbroadband.com/ipv6"]research conducted by thinkbroadband.com[/URL], there is significant confusion amongst broadband providers not only as to whether they support IPv6 but also as to what it actually is. Surprising, when you consider that IPv6 has been available since 1998 and much written about - [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story218110.html"]including here on DaniWeb[/URL] for many years now. Not surprising, when you consider that only a handful of niche broadband service providers actually support it at the moment. That didn't stop several of the sales teams at broadband providers from incorrectly claiming to be supporting it though, while others responded with such remarks as "is …

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Hi, I want to create a php code to see that on screen but there is a problem about `:` how can I characterize it on php code? Thanks

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Although there has been no great fuss made, no pin badges sold and no banners waved, Monday 4th February is for all intents and purposes the day IPv6 grows up. Because from that day, IPv6 IP addresses will be able to be directly translated into domain names and vice versa, without the need for the old IPv4 protocol. Some see this as the single most important step so far in the race towards IPv6 implementation before the store of IPv4 addresses is finally exhausted. Most experts seem to agree that these will start running out in earnest from the start …

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The End.