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IPV6 Link local addresses are autoconfigured addresses based on the devices MAC address.
The biggest problem is that
the kernel has fe80::/10 routed with every interface, so if
a link local address it doens't know which interface to use
+ the you a link local address .
The way to get around this
is to tell
which interface to use.
+ is the which interface to use.
$ telnet.netkit fe80::205:1cff:fe10:5edf%wan0 bgpd
Connected to fe80::205:1cff:fe10:5edf%wan0.
Escape character is '^]'.
$ ping6 -I eth1 fe80::202:2dff:fe51:a1b2
This, and other gotcha's with [IPv6] is discussed in [IPv6LessonsLearnt].
See [IPv6Addressing], Compare [SiteLocal] and [GlobalScope] addresses.