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Re: Hey, Galeon is ipv6 enabled

On Sun, Jul 14, 2002 at 07:02:26AM +0200, Fabio Massimo Di Nitto wrote:
> Craig Small wrote:
> >Anyone know how to tell apache2 not to bind to port 80 of a ipv4 port
> >while binding to a ipv6 port? [myipv6address]:80 didn't do it.
> According to what I read you should be able to use Listen *:80
> If you have to specify addresses then avoid :80 for ipv6 and
> use the form <ip6address> <port>.
> A blanck instead of a ":" is better. What I read in apache1.3.26 patch
> is that the last ":" might be misunderstood by the config parser.
Listen *:80 would appear to me to say bind to both ipv6 and ipv4 port

Currently, I'd like apache to listen on ipv4 port 80 and apache2 to
listen on ipv6 port 80.  The reason is due to php4 and friends.

  - Craig

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