TA B L E   4 .   C o m p re s s e d   F o r m   o f   A d d re s s i n g
The third form will be useful in mixed IPv4/IPv6 environments. This
form is represented as  X:X:X:X:X:X:X:X:D.D.D.D. Where the Xs repre 
sent the hexadecimal values of the six high order 16 bit pieces of the
address. The Ds represent the standard IPv4 decimal value representa 
tion of the four low order 8 bit pieces of the address. Table 5 displays
the mixed IPv4 and IPv6 address forms and the corresponding com 
pressed form.
TA B L E   5 .   M i x e d   I P v 4   a n d   I P v 6   A d d re s s e s   a n d   T h e i r
C o r re s p o n d i n g   C o m p re s s e d   F o r m
In each address type, IPv6 identifies interfaces, not nodes. A node is
identified by a unicast address assigned to one of its interfaces.
Unicast Addressing
There are six types of unicast IPv6 addresses: 
  Aggregatable global unicast addresses
  Link local addresses
  Site local addresses
  Special addresses
  NSAP addresses
  IPX addresses
U N D E R S TA N D I N G   I P   A D D R E S S I N G
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