Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is the latest version of the Internet Protocol (IP), the communications protocol that provides an identification and location system for computers on networks and routes traffic across the Internet.

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How to disable requesting AAAA records when I have no IPv6 address?

Why can I see AAAA DNS requests when I run tcpdump on my Scientific Linux PC when I haven't got any IPv6 addresses? I already rebooted after setting NETWORKING_IPV6=no in /etc/sysconfig/network and ...
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Can't get Hurricane Electric IPv6 tunnel to work on Fedora

I have recently moved to a university where all computers get a public IPv4 address. Since the teredo tunnel I was using doesn't work anymore and I have a public address, I am wanting to use Hurricane ...
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How to set up the server to use IPv6 network

I have a server which is able to connect the network through IPv6 tunneling. I want to use it as a proxy server. I have to things to understand: How to set up the DNS? Is there any open DNS that ...
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General Linux support for IPv6 ready?

From an end user perspective, what needs to be, and have been done, by developers to support IPv6 in the Linux kernel and Linux distributions? In other words, when (and if) someday the worlds ...
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Inability to use IPv4-mapped IPv6 on debian squeeze

I have a squeeze box that I'm testing ipv6 on... eth3 is the interface... if I set up an 'normal' ipv6 address (::101:c0a8:3132/120), I see expected results in ifconfig... eth3 Link ...
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Convince apt-get *not* to use IPv6 method

The ISP I work at is setting up an internal IPv6 network in preparation for eventually connecting to the IPv6 internet. As a result, several of the servers in this network now try to connect to ...
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How do I set up an IPv6 tunnel in Fedora?

I have been experimenting with IPv6. Hurricane Electric through their http://tunnelbroker.net service offer a free IPv6 tunnel. I would like to be able to use this reliably on my Fedora 14 desktop ...
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avoid IPv6 link local address on interface

I have a setup with virtual Xen hosts connected to a set of VLAN-s. On Dom0, I have set up a bridge for each of my VLAN-s to connect DomU-s to. Bridges are set up in /etc/network/interfaces like ...