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Does OS X support AnyIP?

I would like to assign a complete block to my mac as described in this question: Can I bind a (large) block of addresses to an interface? There it is explained that AnyIP is supported for IPv6 by the ...
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MacOS 10.6 firewall treats IPv4 and IPv6 packets differently

I'm develping a wireless MIDI controller. When connecting to a Mac running Mac OS 10.6, everything works fine, so long as the controller attempts to connect to the Mac using IPv4. When using IPv6, I ...
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Cannot change IPv6 Mode on my Airport Extreme (5th generation) using Ariport Utility 6

My provider recently added support for IPv6 and I wanted to configure it on my side. Unfortunately Airport Utility does not allow me to select appropriate IPv6 mode and I'm stuck with the tunnel mode ...
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Mac Mini Server running Mountain Lion (10.8.2) is freezing during boot (last line: IPv6 packet filtering initialized)

Starting in verbose mode (Cmd+V), the last line I see on the console is: IPv6 packet filtering initialized, default to accept, logging disabled This happens regardless of having an ethernet cable ...
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Configuring predictable IPv6 addresses for laptop client

I recently set up IPv6 for my home network via a tunnel. I have a /48 subnet and have assigned manual IPv6 addresses to my stationary Macs. I would like to set up my laptops to get a dynamic IPv6 ...
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Does OS X have a builtin DHCPv6 client?

Upon testing a within a standalone network with just a DHCPv6 server on it and several client computers with different operating systems, OS X 10.7.4 fails to automatically obtain an IPv6 address from ...
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How does Back To My Mac work without UPnP or NAT-PMP?

Back To My Mac (BTMM) used to require UPnP or NAT-PMP on your router to work, but at some point this changed and it can work (albeit slowly) without those. BTMM (usually?) works by setting up an ...
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How can I see my IPv6 neighbors?

On a Linux machine, I can see my IPv6 neighbors using the following command (Also see the Linux IPv6 HOWTO: # ip -6 neighbor show 2002:333:333::1 dev eth1 lladdr 00:12:1e:33:AA:BB router ...
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Resolving Time Capsule Problem Broke IPv6 Tunnel

Some time ago my Time Capsule's light was blinking amber. When I opened the Airport Utility, it indicated that my IPv6 tunnel was down, I assume due to the remote IPv4 host being down. I was given the ...
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Can I turn off IPv4 and just use IPv6 on my Mac?

Im really just curious to try IPv6 and see what happens. Is it possible to turn on IPv6 and to turn off IPv4 on my Mac? If it is possible, how can I do it?