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ipv6

Richard Welty
16 November 2017
can anyone point me at a good reference for apache ipv6 configuration when the ipv4 websites are working properly? i'm working through debugging my let's encrypt cert stuff and have determined that i never got the v6 access to the websites working correctly. v4 works perfectly, and traceroute6/ping6 reach the v6 addresses, but apache does not appear to be answering. this is all on port 80, not attempting port 443 yet. i thought i had the iptables stuff right for v6, but will re-examine that shortly. 11
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Richard Sexton wt do you want v6 for? it's not like you can use it. just do the v4 and you're done. Browsers and xbozen always autoselect based on speed to use a connection and v4 is very very fast. terado is next, nothing in the history of earth has ever picked a v6 connection, ever. That and you can't reach anywhere with one would force me to ask why in fuck you'd care about the v6 part. A UUCP connection would be of more practical use.
Mike Horwath hahaha

Mike Horwath
NameVirtualHost [2001:4980:3333:1::1]:443
NameVirtualHost [2001:4980:3333:1::1]:80
< VirtualHost [2001:4980:3333:1::1]:443>
...
< /VirtualHost>
< VirtualHost [2001:4980:3333:1::1]:80>
...
< /VirtualHost>
Gimme a little more info on what problem you are having?
(nginx makes this so much easier..)
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