Re: question

From: Johann Kois <jkois(at)>
Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 21:13:30 +0100

Am Saturday 29 November 2008 18:49:36 schrieb dr:
> Hello,
> in lesson
> 32.11.2. IPv6-Adressen verstehen
> of the
> "Das FreeBSD-Handbuch"
> Kapitel 32. Weiterführende Netzwerkthemen
> you write
> "Bis zu drei führende Nullen eines Hexquads..."
> Is it right, that only 3 Hexquads beginning with a zero can be left?

No. That is not correct. As the text states you can ommit UP TO 3 zeros of
ONE hexquad (0001 is the hexquad, ommit the zeros and you get 1). If there
would be 4 zeros you could ommitt the whole hexquad.

And as you can see in the example 6 hexquads are ommitted (as all of them
consist of 4 zeros).


P.S.: This is a german mailinglist so it is fine to write in german
(especially as you are referring to the german handbook). ;-)

Johann Kois - jkois(at)
FreeBSD Documentation Project
FreeBSD German Documentation Project

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