Calculate IPv6 addresses by hand

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How does one calculate IPv6 addresses by hand?
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IPv6 uses 16 bytes addresses compared to 4 byte addresses in IPv4. You can calculate your IPv6 address from many tools just visit to website like
http://silmor.de/ipaddrcalc.html#ip46

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  • TheRealRaven
    how does one calculate...

    Calculate? What do you mean by "calculate"? What "calculation" would you want to do on an IPv6 address?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Ipv6 is basically a 128-bit address system. Erstwhile it was possible to understanding the binary math behind ipv4 addresses by memorizing the various classes and address ranges and could be calculated by hand. but nowadays that won't work for ipv6. For better understanding you can navigate here for calculation: http://bitace.com/ipv6calc/
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