How to test and fix IPv6 fragmentation issues

November 4, 2015 Bill Cerveny

In an earlier blog post, I discussed the issues associated with IPv6 packet fragmentation. Of particular significance, IPv6 fragmentation relies extensively on the computer sourcing packets being able to receive ICMPv6 “packet too big” message type 2 sent from any intermediate device in the route to the packet’s destination. The capability to confirm that an […]

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