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When I attempt to use the ipv6list to display the ipv6 addresses assigned, the global address always has a local appended to it without spaces or line breaks. Happens on W10, W7 and across 4 different PCs, and on all versions from 2.3 to 2.10.1.
See a sample display snip attached.
# size and position
I assume you’re referring to the line beginning with “2001:db8” ? That entry has two addresses. The “ipv6list” option controls the formatting in the same way as the display template. If you want something between the two addresses then add it to the ipv6list option. For example:
comma separated: ipv6list:%11\,
line break separated: ipv6list:%11|
that’s the pipe symbol.
once the ipv6list display has been finalised, any trailing commas or pipes will be trimmed.
This reply was modified 3 weeks, 3 days ago by Glenn.