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Enabled IPv6 services

[by sven @ Sun Jun 19 11:42 CEST 2011]

Since the World IPv6 Day on 8 june 2011 I've been inspired to enable some more IPv6 services in addition to HTTP and SSH that are running since freegw was IPv6 enabled in 2002. The following services are now listening on IPv4 as well as IPv6:

HTTP(s) and SSH

And for private usage:

DNS, DHCP, SMTP(s), IMAP(s) and NTP

Because freegw is still using the IPv6 tunnel from XS4ALL instead of native IPv6 the webserver is only accessable via IPv6 via the urls listed below.

tunnel2586.ipv6.xs4all.nl
2001:888:1a1a::1


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