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6 replies, 2 voices Last updated by Randall Blanchard 1 years, 3 months ago
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    • #54968

      Randall Blanchard
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      @leftblank15

      Why are Internet-connecitons, to IPv6 260x:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx:xxxx addresses, SO USELESS ?

    • #54977

      TeamKomando:John
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      @264458

      Hello leftblank15,

      Tap or click here for a good explanation.

    • #56051

      Randall Blanchard
      Participant
      @leftblank15

      2607:*:*:*:*:*:*:* is ESPECIALLY useless !

    • #56052

      TeamKomando:John
      Participant
      @264458

      Larger address space. The main reason IPv6 was developed was to provide a solution for the eventual exhaustion of addresses in IPv4. Unlike its predecessor, IPv6 uses four times more bits to address devices on the internet. These extra bits provide an address space for approximately 3.4 x 10^ 38 devices.

    • #56058

      Randall Blanchard
      Participant
      @leftblank15

      I was already aware of that, but SOME of the connections, seem to be COMPLETELY unnecessary !

    • #56059

      TeamKomando:John
      Participant
      @264458

      Hello Randall Blanchard,

      Take a look at this neat program called Glass Wire, it will give you the ability to block any connections you consider unnecessary.

      If you have a Mac you can use a program called Radio Silence.

    • #56138

      Randall Blanchard
      Participant
      @leftblank15

      I use “Little Snitch” 3rd-party firewall, for my Mac .

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