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  • It will even recognise link-local addresses and sort addresses more likely to work to the front of the returned list as described here.

    Planet Debian

  • A link-local (local area network) opportunistic P2P application.

    freshmeat.net Releases

  • * 255.255.255.255 UH 0 0 0 wlan0 link-local * 255.255.0.0 U 1000 0 0 wlan0 default

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  • If Machine A uses one multicast socket on each interface binding with either the link-local or site-local address as the receiving interface, I get nothing.

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  • Machine A: has two interfaces, link-local addresses are whatever, site local are fec0: 1234: 3333:: 1/48 and fec0: 1234: 4444:: 1/48

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  • The Time Capsule address is one in the "link-local range", which is described as for

    Discussions: Message List - root

  • Support for launching file transfers over link-local XMPP from Nautilus using the Empathy plugin for nautilus-sendto.

    Planet GNOME

  • For example, link-local unicast addresses always start with FE80, so any time you see FE80 you can be sure that it's a link local unicast address.

    SearchWinIT: News on enterprise Windows platforms and applications

  • Link-local unicast - Each network device is assigned a link-local unicast address.

    SearchWinIT: News on enterprise Windows platforms and applications

  • The levels of locality listed below are general concepts and have a variety of protocol - and implementation-specific variants. link-local information is unique only on a shared transmission medium area-local information is unique only to a certain part of the hierarchy of a logical addressing structure domain-local information is unique only to the local logical structure.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

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