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Answer by Gerald Combs for Access server via IP v6?

The prefix you're trying to use (::ffff:0:0/96) is for IPv4 mapped addresses. It's an API mechanism that lets software open a single socket and accept IPv4 and IPv6 requests. On my IPv6-enabled hosts...

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Answer by Jakob Borg for Access server via IP v6?

IPv6 is not just another way to write IPv4 addresses, and you cannot convert between them as you've done. A server that does speak v6 will have a v6 address that is quite different from its v4 address....

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Answer by joschi for Access server via IP v6?

Or might that be because of my server or ISP not supporting IPv6 ?Yes, absolutely. Either your ISP has to support IPv6 natively or you setup a 6in4 tunnel with one of the known tunnel brokers (e. g....

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Access server via IP v6?

Question: I'm playing with IPv6 and converting it to IPv4 and vice-versa.I wanted to access http://127.0.0.1/And did the standard ipv4 to ipv6 calculation:AA = 127BB = 0CC = 0DD = 1with the...

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