Verifying Host IPv6 Connectivity from Hosts

Most end-user OSs support a convenient way to look at IPv6 settings from the graphical user interface. In some cases, all four of the key IPv6 host settings can be on the same window, while in other cases, seeing all the settings might require navigation to multiple windows or tabs in the same window.

As an example, Figure 28-11 shows a window from Mac OS X, which lists three of the four IPv6 host settings. The one missing setting, the DNS server setting, is in another tab (as seen near the top of the image).


Figure 28-11 Three IPv6 Settings for Dynamic Address Assignment on Mac OS

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