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But it should be possible to determine that automatically (e.g. if the bind on ::1 fails try ipv4) shouldn' it ?

Thank you

"Amos Jeffries" <squid3@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:4F82CD96.8060708@xxxxxxxxxxxxx...
On 7/04/2012 12:08 p.m., Markus Moeller wrote:
It looks like to be an ipv6 problem. I disabled ipv6 on my OpenSuse, but squid wants to bind on ::1 (ipv6 localhost) which fails.

Is this a bug ?

In the documentation yes. It has been fixed and will say the correct ipv4/ipv6 default in later confg manuals.

You need to specify the "ipv4" option to get Squid to contect helpers on IPv4-only TCP sockets.


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