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whfsdude
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join:2003-04-05
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reply to JoelC707

Re: [IPv6] Seeing two different LAN side ranges

Can still ping your desktop.

ping6 -c 2 2601:0:ac40:9:152d:82e8:ab72:980c
PING6(56=40+8+8 bytes) 2001:559:0:84::2 --> 2601:0:ac40:9:152d:82e8:ab72:980c
16 bytes from 2601:0:ac40:9:152d:82e8:ab72:980c, icmp_seq=0 hlim=55 time=40.162 ms
 

Interestingly enough, I can't ping6 the Comcast interface. Assuming I got that address right from your last screenshot.

ping6 2001:558:6011:58:85e6:fc5d:6999:ebc9
PING6(56=40+8+8 bytes) 2001:559:0:84::2 --> 2001:558:6011:58:85e6:fc5d:6999:ebc9
^C
--- 2001:558:6011:58:85e6:fc5d:6999:ebc9 ping6 statistics ---
2 packets transmitted, 0 packets received, 100.0% packet loss
 

JoelC707
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No idea what's up with that. I compared segment for segment, you pinged the right address. Is it because the ICMP firewall rule is set to IPv4 + IPv6? I assumed that was an easy way to add similar rules for both versions to the same host (so you don't have to duplicate a bunch of rules).


whfsdude
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said by JoelC707:

No idea what's up with that. I compared segment for segment, you pinged the right address. Is it because the ICMP firewall rule is set to IPv4 + IPv6? I assumed that was an easy way to add similar rules for both versions to the same host (so you don't have to duplicate a bunch of rules).

Could be a GUI bug (hopefully). Try adding two distinct rules for both v4, and v6.

Edit: I've left an open ping on your WAN address. Will let you know if it becomes pingable.