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Zitat von Erwan David <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 01:40:46PM CEST, email@example.com said:
>> The address 2002:uuuu:vvvv:1::21 is not within 2002:uuuu:vvvv::/64 as
>> far as i can tell. You should use 2002:uuuu:vvvv:1::/64 instead in
>> mynetworks. The :: means all zero if memory serves me right.
> I use [2a01:240:fe0f::0]/64 and it works...
Yes, but not for something like 2a01:240:fe0f:1::1. This is one of the
main problems with IPv6, the addresses are simply too long to get
handled by humans without a high error percentage.