No IPv6?Re: IPv6 with vncserver in Centos 5.2
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Interestingly, vncviewer is attempting to connect (TCP SYNs) over IPv6 and getting reset because nothing is listening on that port on IPv6 on my server.
Robert Moskowitz wrote:
I looked in the mail archives adn did not find anything on this.... In Centos 5.2, I have vnc-server-4.1.2-9.el5.i386.rpm Which I assume is the free edition.I found the following: http://www.realvnc.com/products/enterprise/4.1/ipv6.htmlThat tells there is IPv6 support in the Enterprise and the Personal versions, but does not say anything about the free version.In my /etc/sysconfig/vncservers I added the following: VNCSERVERARGS="-geometry 1280x768 -depth 16 -InTransports=IPv6,IPv4"And netstat -na|grep 5902 shows vncserver only listening on IPv4. If I remove IPv4 and/or replace the = with a space, I still only see it listening on IPv4.Is IPv6 supported in the Linux server? How do I enable it?
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