Automatic duplicate address detection algorithms prevent assignment errors.By default, your Mac Book should automatically detect that an ethernet connection is present and make all of the connections automatically.The service associated with your Horizontal Dock will be listed as Thunderbolt Ethernet Slot followed by a number.
Automatic duplicate address detection algorithms prevent assignment errors.By default, your Mac Book should automatically detect that an ethernet connection is present and make all of the connections automatically.
Consequently, IPv6 hosts usually have more than one IPv6 address assigned to each of their IPv6-enabled network interfaces.
The link-local address is required for IPv6 sublayer operations of the Neighbor Discovery Protocol, as well as for some other IPv6-based protocols, such as DHCPv6.
When using an IPv6 link-local address to connect to a host, a zone index must be added to the address so that the packets can be sent out on the correct interface.
In IPv6, addresses may be assigned by stateless (automatic) or stateful (manual) mechanisms.
However, in IPv6 it is usually derived automatically from the interface media access control (MAC) address in a rule-based method.
In RFC 3927, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has reserved the IPv4 address block such as configuring link-local addresses as well as globally routable addresses on the same interface.
If a reply is received to the ARP, it indicates the candidate IP address is already in use; a new random candidate IP address is then created and the process repeated.
The process ends when there is no reply to the ARP, indicating the candidate IP address is available.
It is okay if it is a little different than what you see below.
Once the dock's network service has been added to your list of possible network connections, you have the option to change the order in which your Mac Book will use this service.