As said for
now incoming and outgoing points seen by Djigzo would be
IPv4 localhost anyway (Postfix). The only points as of now which are
suspected to IPv6 are:
So that should be ok.
- Mailheader containing IPv6 addresses
Should not be a problem
- CRL distribution points reachable by IPv6 (not likely for the next 10
Should work although I have yet to see an example of a CRL dist. point
with an IPv6 address ;)
- The Management Interface (not necessary as of now)
As far as i know Java is until now not really IPv6 aware so i decided to
ask before break the system.
Java is afaik IPv6 capable already for a long time. I think Java even
"IPv6 stack is preferred by default, since on a dual-stack machine IPv6
socket can talk to both IPv4 and IPv6 peers."
"With the release of J2SE 1.4 in February 2002, Java began supporting
IPv6 on Solaris and Linux...."
Thanks for the pointer. It was one of our inhouse devs which
complained about Java/IPv6...
I will forward him the link so he has something to chew on ;-)