I'm doing a big project for school which is very important. I'm trying to make a simple IPv6 network and so far I have such a thing.
I have a Dualstack line with an IPv6 Ready modem/router. In my small test network I have a client with Win 7 Ultimate N and a server with Windows Server 2008R2 Enterprise.
So far I have IPv6 connection when I set everything to auto, but I'm trying to give the server and client a static IPv6 adres. I know how IPv4 works with this and it's really easy, but my experience with IPv6 isn't that much.
I have the following information:
Client - autoconfig:
Server - autoconfig:
The IPv6 addresses are autoconfigurated and IPv6 addresses are static. I want to give the server and the client a simple addres which I can use to communicate between the client, server en modem. I thought that I could use fd00::11/64 for the server and fd00::21 for the client with gateway and dns address fd00::c225:6ff:feb5:9595/64.
Unfortunately it didn't work and I could not ping google's DNS server 2001:4860:4860::8888 or 2001:4860:4860::8844 which I could when it was autoconfigurated. Can someone please help me?
Thank you in advance.
Server 2008R2 Enterprise, Win 7 Ultimate N, HP Compaq, Dell PowerEdge 1900, FRITZ!Box 7390 Modem/router.
February 8, 2012 8:31 AM
February 28, 2012 8:21 AM