Something's screwy on our network at work, and I'm no longer able to reach a server where I'm developing a database application. I'm not the network admin, and he's out sick.
When, from my workstation, I ping the server on which SQL Server instance lives:
this is the reply:
Pinging SERVER6 [fe80::6579:d35e:3471:f21c%11]
Why is there no IP address as there normally is? Is this an IPv6 address, and if so, why am I seeing it?