A webserver I manage is running Ubuntu 14.04 and is configured for dual stack - ipv6 & ipv4. It is my understanding that ipv6 connections have first priority after which it should fall back to ...
Situation: VPS with Apache, multiple websites. Document root is /var/www/html but nothing can be found there because the files of the websites are found in /domains/mywebsite.com/public_html/ ...
I was given an IPv4 address example 192.0.2.4 for my server. To enable clients to reach the server on IPv6 address, I understand that I need to set the AAAA record on my name servers to point to the ...
I am building a website and there are no users yet. Odd thing is, every 2 hours I see a peak in IPv6 traffic: I am concerned someone is polling my server for nefarious reasons. Am I right to be ...
I have several dedicated servers and VPS servers, and some of those are at companies that have provided me with native IPv6 blocks (in addition to the IPv4 IP addresses). Does it currently make sense ...
Also, how does it affect our websites? Do we need to shift all IPv4 websites to IPv6 or both?
If I set up a web site and the web server only has IPv6, and my domain uses a AAAA DNS record instead of a A record, how does this affect my visitors? Can only end users that have IPv6 on their ...