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  1. Why did I use a loopback with a prefix instead of prefix 2001:DB8:0:23::/64 (the link between NPTv6 and H3)? I tried this the first time but it doesn’t work because H3 will do a neighbor solicitation for 2001:DB8:0:23::1/64 (the translated address). Since nobody responds to that address, the ping fails.

    I guess the question is - what if you changed the IP of H1 to 2001:DB8:0:12::2/64 (and swapped G2 to ::1)

    Then the translated address for H1 would be 2001:DB8:0:23::2/64 - so NPTV6 should respond to the neighbour solicitation :wink:

  2. Hello Chris.

    Yes that makes sense. You might want to try to lab it for confirmation and let us know of your results…

    Laz

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