how to get ipv6-ready

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by ~dp, Apr 13, 2008.

  1. ~dp

    ~dp New Member

    I want to add ipv6-connectivity to the sites on my rootserver.
    This is debian etch set up following the "perfect setup"-instructions and running with ispconfig.
    The box has 6 ipv4 addresses, 5 of them administered by ispconfig while the last just serves a default page. It also has an ipv6 /64 tunnel and even an /48 subnet and the box is reachable with ping6 etc.
    I created a dns entry for, accessing this address with a browser running on a pc with ipv6 connectivity shows the default page of the rootserver.
    There is a site running and reachable under ipv4.
    The one thing I don't know how to do now is how to configure ispconfig such that the site gets served for an ipv6 request on

    Thanks in advance for any pointers on how to do this
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    ISPConfig has no IPv6 support yet.
  3. ~dp

    ~dp New Member

    I'd make it a Feature Request then.

    For now I did it manually by including an additional Vhosts_ipv6.conf after Vhosts_ispconfig.conf in the apache2.conf and copying the needed vhost blocks, just modifying the VirtualHost tag's IP with the IPv6 in square brackets. Ugly.

    Anyhow, thanks for the fast reply, Till.
  4. Mouton

    Mouton New Member


    Did you made the feature request (submiting a feature request on SourceForge) ? Should I ?

    I would be really interested in this feature as well ...
  5. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The ISPConfig project does not use the feature request system or bugtracker on sourceforge.

    If you want to make a feature request, plesae post it to the feature requests forum here.

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