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It's simple: a standard IPv6 address has no characters other than the 16 hex-digits 0-9 and the letters a-f or A-F. A valid IPv6 address is made up of exactly 8 hex-digit blocks separated by a ":"

Hosts generate IPv6 addresses automatically by combining the subnet prefix with an interface ID obtained from the MAC address of an interface. A host can only create link-local addresses in the absence of routers. Only nodes on the same link can communicate with each other using link-local addresses.

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