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Old 08-08-2020, 10:59 AM
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Still looking to force IPv4 or IPv6 connections

So the problem with the tip is that its for my entire laptop which I do have several IPv6 connections going to other sites. I'm trying to force various protocols so that I can do maintenance on the opposite protocol on a router without disconnecting myself.

Now I'm working with a MacOS device and have the same problem as the original posting. To date I've been manually looking up IPs and creating duplicate entries for all my connections, but now I have three entries for just about every device I connect to (one by name, one by manual IPv4, one by manual IPv6, both of the last I have to look up and if they change, I have to notice and look up again...)

I'm guessing that this never made it to the "to-do" this...

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