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A subnet acts like a logical bus. As far as the machines are concerned, they're all hooked to one long wire which connects to every machine. No hosts are more or less direct than any other; handling the direction of traffic etc. becomes the switches' jobs. The switches handle this by comparing MAC addresses.

If you have advanced enough switches you may be able to pull the network organization from the switch itself, but unless it's an expensive switch that's unlikely.

If a big bus isn't the organization you want, you have to start using routers and break things into more subnets. (Router in the routing sense, not router in the linksys sense. You probably don't want NAT by the sounds of it.)
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ip6_setup(8)						      System Manager's Manual						      ip6_setup(8)

NAME
ip6_setup - IPv6 configuration program SYNOPSIS
/usr/sbin/ip6_setup DESCRIPTION
The ip6_setup utility allows you to configure the IPv6 networking software on your system. To run ip6_setup, enter the following command and then answer the questions: # ip6_setup You must know your Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) address. If your network uses subnet routing, you must know the subnet mask for your network. The network manager should be able to provide you with the information that you need. After the ip6_setup command completes, the network services on the system can be restarted manually with the following command: # /usr/sbin/rcinet restart Before you restart the network services with the preceding command, warn the users that the network services on the system are being removed. File systems that were not mounted using the /etc/fstab file or the automount command must be unmounted with the unmount command. You must remount these file systems using the mount command after the network is started on your system. Alternatively, you can reboot the system with the following command: # /usr/sbin/shutdown -r now FILES
Specifies the host name file. Specifies the environment variables that define the network configuration on your system. Specifies the trusted hosts file. Specifies the network name file. Specifies Internet routing information. Specifies Internet routing information. SEE ALSO
Commands: mount(8), rcinet(8) Files: gateways(4), hosts(4), hosts.equiv(4), networks(4), routes(4). Network Administration ip6_setup(8)

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