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comment Is it time to add IPv6 access to my websites?
Another followup for anybody reading this later. I added IPv6 to all my active sites fine. BUT, do keep careful records of your IP allocations (lot more of them now) and try to automate any DNS updates (I'm going to start using the API of my DNS provider). Tonight I migrated a server from New York to California (weather related...) and having to do a bunch of IPv6 changes as well as the IPv4 does mean there's more to update (and go wrong). Only three domains on that server so it could have been a lot worse, but with one IPv6 per host plus an IPv4 it's three times as much work to update DNS!
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comment Is it time to add IPv6 access to my websites?
To follow up: one of my medium size sites has been running dual-stack for a few days now (both IPv6 and IPv4 pointing to the same server). No apparent affect on traffic, and the Apache logs are showing a handful of accesses from IPv6 addresses. Apache worked without changes (already listens to all addresses). My ufw firewall needed the rules entered again, which then created the IPv6 rules. I'll make the rest of my sites dual-stack in the coming weeks (for those on the same server it's just a case of adding the DNS).
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