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Anyone knows how to convert this IPv6 address to IPv4?

ramon82

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Hi all

We found event 131 on our server and need to know what IP is this

The server accepted a new UDP connection from client [fe80::dd00:3db6:d3a9:593b%5]:58699.
 
Hi all

We found event 131 on our server and need to know what IP is this

The server accepted a new UDP connection from client [fe80::dd00:3db6:d3a9:593b%5]:58699.
ramon82: since the address starts with fe80: its a Link Local address, which it has come from within your local network. This address is not routable on the internet?
 
By the way if you were to open a cmd prompt and enter: ping -6 -a fe80::dd00:3db6:d3a9:593b%5
It should reply if the machine is online and resolve the machine name!
Example: ping -a -6 fe80::b722:da4:b4a7:bb97%13
Reply:
Pinging DESKTOP-12 [fe80::b722:da4:b4a7:bb97%13] with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from fe80::b722:da4:b4a7:bb97%13: time<1ms
 
AFFASocial: This is a Link-Local address! NOT an IPv4 mapped address, nor is it an IPv4 translated address.
Just thought you should know, so youre dns checker thingy wont work..
 

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