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comment BSOD when plug in HDMI cable - AMD Radeon HD 6630M
Thanks. The BSOD has gone though the HDMI output looks weird now.
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comment MTU is 1500, why the first fragment length is 1496 in IPv6?
I think this makes sense. Not enough reputation to up vote....
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comment MTU is 1500, why the first fragment length is 1496 in IPv6?
There is no VLAN configured on my network. And the Ethernet frame contains no 802.1q information. It's 14Bytes observed from the wireshark.
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comment MTU is 1500, why the first fragment length is 1496 in IPv6?
No. If I use -s 1452, there will be no fragment and the total length is 1500.
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asked MTU is 1500, why the first fragment length is 1496 in IPv6?
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accepted Issue about mapping MAC address to Ipv6 address
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comment Issue about mapping MAC address to Ipv6 address
It's manual. Thanks. So "Link-Layer Address" means using the EUI-64 format while "manual" means the address is arbitrary?
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asked Issue about mapping MAC address to Ipv6 address