On Sat, Aug 05, 2006 at 01:11:28AM -0500, Jochen Antesberger wrote: > Hi, Good morning Jochen, > I've been using Firefox from bpo for a few weeks and just noticed that > it does not use IPv6 when connecting to IPv6 enabled websites. Firefox > 1.0 from Sarge did use IPv6, when available. Of course I have checked my > connectivity, and it's working fine. i'm using the same browser and IPv6 works for me. firefox - 1.5.dfsg+126.96.36.199-0bpo1. $ lsof -i6 | grep firefox firefox-b 30364 alex 48u IPv6 534893 TCP castor.castornet.ynfonatic.de:44221->noc.sixxs.net:www (ESTABLISHED) firefox-b 30364 alex 53u IPv6 534894 TCP castor.castornet.ynfonatic.de:44222->noc.sixxs.net:www (ESTABLISHED) firefox-b 30364 alex 55u IPv6 534895 TCP castor.castornet.ynfonatic.de:44223->noc.sixxs.net:www (ESTABLISHED) firefox-b 30364 alex 58u IPv6 534896 TCP castor.castornet.ynfonatic.de:44224->noc.sixxs.net:www (ESTABLISHED) [...] > Was the version von bpo build without v6 support? Yes. Did you probably enable any proxies in your browser? Cause if they don't speak v6, Firefox falls back to v4. > Cheers, > > Jochen HTH, Alex. -- "I am tired of all this sort of thing called science here... We have spent millions in that sort of thing for the last few years, and it is time it should be stopped." -- Simon Cameron, U.S. Senator, on the Smithsonian Institute, 1901.
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