I was, previously, able to configure OpenVZ VMs with only IPv6 addresses, but when configuring a new VM, OpenVZ required that I enter a value for the IPv4 address and, using a dummy address (0.0.0.0, for example), was able to build a new VM. This process worked, but was not ideal, and I would prefer to simply use the single IPv6 address, if possible.
eazy wrote:Hello,today I noticed a strange behaviour on my Arch system.It's not strange, preference for IPv6 over IPv4 is by design.eazy wrote:Hello,While connecting with Chromium is fine.Looking at the network interaction with the local DNS server, both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses are returned, but Chromium prefers the IPv4 one (correctly, since I don't have a Internet-accessible IPv6 addre
I have setup a web server (Nginx) and assigned an IPv4 address and an IPv6 address to it. In the DNS I have set an A record and an AAAA record. Now, I need to check whether its working. I need to check whether an IPv6 only client can view my site. Whether an IPv4 only client can view the site (I think IPv4 only clients can view because im IPv4 ).