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Does the context of the question matter if it is omitted? Yes, if the context is essential to the question. In this case, the context is quite arguably relevant because professionals typically use different techniques to solve cabling issues (i.e. use a real Cable tester for cabling), and normally have different equipment on either side of the cabling. ...


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While I agree (and fully support) that home networking questions are off topic here, I believe that if you can remove the "home" setting of the question and it could still provide value in a "non-home" setting, then the question should be edited to do so. If removing the home setting makes the question entirely meaningless, then by all means it should be ...


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Let me start by saying that I personally felt this question was in a grey area of being on/off topic, so I didn't vote to close. However, as I pointed out in my comment, you are using invalid MAC addresses on your interfaces. So the correct way to get unique IPv6 addresses is to fix your configuration. That configuration really has nothing to do with ...


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So, is it possible to make question like this to be "objective answer"-safe, and how should it look like? Summary: To make it "objective-answer" safe, you'd have to stop requiring so much speculation about what you need. Furthermore, by asking for a one-size-fits-all solution, you're venturing into the classic "best practice" bad assumptions. Long answer:...


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By not listing any "products", you are eliciting a shopping list in the answers, and a potentially never ending series of "I've done it with [X]" opinion answers.


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