Re: Yast Internet Access (IPV6 issue)
Last time I checked most SOHO routers do not support IPv6 so IPv6 routing is local hosts only, ie, internal to your network. I'm not sure if its the adapter or kernel that checks the routers for IPv6 capable and then assigns the IPv6 address numbers;
Which begin with FE80: equivalent to a 169.254.x.x address going nowhere.
Or might start with a FC00: allocation which would be private networks 192.168.x.x. but no public IPv6 addresses.
ifconfig would should the IPv6 address
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