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Keep in mind there are no IPv6 "local ranges" - each IPv6 "local range" is its own (at least) /64 segment of v6 addresses in a specifically defined prefix. As such, any 'private range' address you receive is going to be specific to the subnet your router sets you up on rather than the external v6 address you have (there's logic inside routers to set up the ...



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