IPv6 enablement transition
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If you are using a proxy that handles IPv6 requests even if your instances are running on an IPv4 only network you will need to set the IPv6 addresses of the region servers up as addresses that do not pass trough the proxy in order to avoid registration problems.
The Ipv6 addresses of all servers in the update infrastructure will be listed in pint (pint.suse.com) once we are in a position, after November 30th, to fully support an IPv6 only stack.
Once we support IPv6 fully in dual or IPv6 only configurations there will be a blog and this TID will be removed.
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- Document ID:000021251
- Creation Date: 27-Oct-2023
- Modified Date:27-Oct-2023
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