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ipv6_changes_to_iotvity [2015/03/20 19:49]
Ossama Othman [Changes to C++ sdk]
ipv6_changes_to_iotvity [2015/03/20 19:52] (current)
Ossama Othman [IPv6 tidbits]
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   * :: // zero or IN6ADDR_ANY   * :: // zero or IN6ADDR_ANY
 Because colon is overloaded, when an IPv6 address appears in a URL it is enclosed by brackets: Because colon is overloaded, when an IPv6 address appears in a URL it is enclosed by brackets:
-  * http://​[fe80::​20c:​29ff:​fe1b:​9c5]:​80+  * <​nowiki>​http://​[fe80::​20c:​29ff:​fe1b:​9c5]:​80</​nowiki>​
  
 Typically, the first 64 bits identify a network, and the remaining 64 bits identify a node on that network. ​ So in your ifconfig output, you will probably see /64 appended to the address. ​ It is not part of the address. Typically, the first 64 bits identify a network, and the remaining 64 bits identify a node on that network. ​ So in your ifconfig output, you will probably see /64 appended to the address. ​ It is not part of the address.
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