Release 5.2 is now available
Tue, 2 Sep 1997 10:28:32 -0700 (PDT)
>>>>> "Bertrand" == Bertrand Buclin <Bertrand.Buclin@ch.att.com> writes:
Bertrand> Pedro, It sounds to me like we are not on the same
Bertrand> What I see TODAY on my Sun systems (running 5.2) tells
Bertrand> me that Sun's current implementation does not
Bertrand> interoperate with other systems implementing the new
Bertrand> addressing scheme.
Bertrand> The router on my LAN used to have FFE8::800:2bb7:87f8 as
fe80, ff is the prefix for multicast addresses.
Make sure your host has a route for fe80::0/10 (i.e. some implementations
como with a default config of /80 incorrectly) and things should work.
Bertrand> I upgraded to router to a new code version implementing
Bertrand> the EUI-64 stuff. It now has FFE8::A00:2bFF:FeB7:87f8 as
that is multicast again.
Bertrand> link local address. The Sun cannot talk to it anymore
Since SUN did implement the earlier link-id draft that prepended bits to
the link token i would expect it to work. Have you tryed with the proper
link local address ?