Re: Specifying an IPv6 suffix

On 11/05/2010 11:00 AM, José Queiroz wrote:
2010/11/5 Marc Herbert <Marc Herbert gmail com>

PS: this does not look specific to IPv6

This does not look specific to NetworkManager, as long as NM is working strictly in the limits created by the RFCs...

The last 64 bits are recommended to be based on the MAC address, but not only is this not required, it is not recommended for a server.

For example:

$ host has address has IPv6 address 2001:1890:1112:1::20

I could dig through the RFCs or ask my friends.  But they are busy for IETF in Bejing next week and I am going to IEEE 802 next week in Dallas.

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