,--- Kirk Strauser writes:
| On Sunday 29 June 2008, Ashish Shukla आशीष शुक्ल wrote:
|| I think how without specifying zone index[1] in link-local address
|| worked, it is probably due to availability of only single inet6
|| interface except lo0.

| The physical and virtual interfaces on the system are exactly as before.  
| I'm guessing that my setup worked as a side effect of a now-fixed bug, 
| probably the same one that was preventing me from using the 2001: 
| defaultrouter when I first got the system up and running.

Did you mean your setup stopped working after you compiled new kernel, hmm...?

|| Just wanted to confirm, is following command worked ? if possible paste
|| the output:
|| 
|| % ping6 fe80::213:10ff:fe79:137a

| $ ping6 fe80::213:10ff:fe79:137a
| ping6: UDP connect: Network is unreachable

Yes, this is the expected behavior.

Ashish
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