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Topic: Does the dynu updater forward IPv6 to the computer that's running the updater?

Post Does the dynu updater forward IPv6 to the computer that's running the updater?
by DenverChess on Saturday, February 3, 2018

Hi,

I'm having trouble understanding something here.

I'm running two computers behind my router. One my one computer I have Lubuntu and nginx. On my other computer I have Windows and Apache. The windows computer is running the Dynu updater client.

My ports are forwarding port 80 and 443 to my nginx/lubuntu box for ipv4. When you request my website over ipv4, it takes you to the nginx/lubuntu site like it should but when you request it over ipv6 it sends the request to the windows/apache instance.

Is that because the updater client is running on the windows machine? There's nothing in my router that would send [::]:80 or [::]:443 requests to my Windows box.

Is there a way I can manually specify the local ipv6 address of the nginx/lubuntu box in the updater to send ipv6 requests there.... or ... what am I missing here?

Thank you.



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Post Re: Does the dynu updater forward IPv6 to the computer that's running the updater?
by DenverChess on Thursday, February 8, 2018

I ended up just disabling IPv6 from Dynu and forwarded ports.

Everything goes where it should again.

Feel free to answer the question though, anyone.

Thanks.

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