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Started by b1izzard, December 08, 2009, 12:00:22 AM
Quote from: b1izzard on December 09, 2009, 05:25:39 PMSince I can do a port scan using either 2001 address, and they are both showing up, that tells me that they are both publicly accessible making them not private. What is the point of the Privacy address? What is it's intended usage?
Quote from: b1izzard on December 09, 2009, 06:41:03 PMSorry Jimb, I missed the second half of the post on the privacy. You did address this. Not enough sleep... I did try the fe80 as the gateway, but the Windows GUI wouldn't take it. When I went back to it, it would be empty. I tried entering 2001:470:1f05:6db::1, which is the D-Link LAN IPV6 address and it takes it. Will it screw things up using that instead of the fe80 address of the D-Link?
Quote from: b1izzard on December 10, 2009, 08:10:41 PMI'm not sure if this is a problem with my D-Link firewall on the fritz with IPV6, but I am trying to setup Exchange 2007 (running on SBS 2008 64 bit) and am having trouble with the mail server certification. Where is says "Schedule a test, and we will email you your new User Code", it just hangs on sending and I never receive an email. I have disabled the firewall on the server and can see many open ports using your iPV6 scanner to 2001:470:1f05:6db:382a:5450:30d8:3c49, but for some reason it refuses to show port 25 as open. When I do a telnet to it using IPV4, it sees the server just fine at remote.everettcoffee.com. I can send and receive email and everything is perfect under IPv4. Any ideas would could cause this hang up? Exchange 2007 is on SP1 from what I can tell (ver 8.1). I haven't seen anything on Google with IPV6 not working on SBS 2008. Is there something special you have to do for configuring Exchange 2007 for IPV6? I am assuming that you scan port 25, so that shouldn't be the problem. The only other thing I can think of is to wipe the router and rebuild to see if it is the problem.