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|0000688||YaCy||[All Projects] General||public||2016-09-22 21:26||2016-09-22 21:49|
|Platform||openjdk version "1.8.0_102"||OS||Fedora||OS Version||24|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0000688: IPv6 conflicts with staticIP parameter|
|Description||I'm using proxy on a machine behind IPv4 NAT in a network that supports IPv6. I have set up my router to forward 8090 port to the yacy machine.|
Now if I leave the staticIP parameter blank, my peer would only be accessible with IPv6. I suppose that the network is unable to determine my IPv4 address based on outgoing connections from my peer.
On the other hand, if I set the staticIP parameter with my domain name, the peer gets to be only accessible by IPv4. Thus, for some reason I cannot have both IPv4 and IPv6 at the same time!
The domain name has both A and AAAA records on it. However it seems the network is not able to get my IPv6 address.
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Set up a yacy peer in a IPv6-enabled network behind an IPv4 NAT.|
2. Go to the bottom of /Network.html page to the 'Your peer' table. You'll notice you're an IPv6 peer but not IPv4.
3. Set up the staticIP parameter with correct domain name.
4. Go back to /Network.html. You'll notice you're now an IPv4 peer but not IPv6 any more.
|Additional Information||YaCy version 1.91/9188.|
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