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Old 09-17-2015, 03:45 AM   #1
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IPv6 multicast


Hi

I try to understand IPv6 and multicast

say I have a network private IP v6 network

fdab:1234:1234::1234/64

Now I need 3 multicast addresses to listen on

is this correct?

ff32:40:fdab:1234:1234::1234::1 node local
ff35:40:fdab:1234:1234::1234::1 site local
ff3e:40:fdab:1234:1234::1234::1 organisation


does this mean I reach all nodes in the network with these 3 multicast addresses?

thanks for help!
 
  


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