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  • Ipv6 ?

    Hi,

    Is interworx ready for IPV6 ? Tip's ? (i've never used it )

    Thank you in advance

    Paulo

  • #2
    I cant see why you'd use it though, as in most cases it would be behind a NAT firewall, and you only need a range of static IPs for SSL or dedicated servers. I could however see it being useful as IP V6 becomes deployed in more data centers and on more connections. Currently it's mainly backbones that use IPV6 due to lack of support from consumer kit.

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    • #3
      Hi,

      On our datacenter is already being used, CentOS (and other *nix) already as support for it and as according to the latest previsions, IPv4 addresses will be running out on 2011-2

      Currently there are a number of applications that still do not natively support IPv6, with exception of webmin (hehehe), i could found any control panel that has support for it. ;-)

      Thats why we asked if the Interworx control panel as already a solution for using IPv6

      Regards

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      • #4
        True, mainly because companies that dont need IPs buy them for no reason.

        Having said that I think I better buy another block of IPs as they are hard to come by thesedays.

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        • #5
          Hi Guys,

          Sorry to bump an old thread here, but is there any update on Interworx supporting IPv6?

          I know its not an easy thing to do, but it would be nice to at least get an indication that it was being worked on, and what kind of approach is planned... Especially given the current situation.

          Thanks,

          Jon
          “Invention, my dear friends, is 93% perspiration, 6% electricity, 4% evaporation, and 2% butterscotch ripple...”

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          • #6
            Hey hackamn,
            Right now all of our service packages (dns, db, web, etc) *should* be IPv6 compatible (99% sure of that because we're still testing internally). Our DNS management system in InterWorx (/nodeworx/dns/zones) will be IPv6 compatible when InterWorx 4.8 is released, but provisioning SiteWorx accounts and IP Management have not yet been converted (and may not make it into InterWorx 4.8).

            We fully intend to have full IPv6 compatibility as soon as we can. Since supporting IPv6 will change some very core concepts in InterWorx we want to take our time and ensure that we ship a quality IPv6 compatible product.
            Jon Daniel
            Software Engineer
            InterWorx-CP | http://interworx.com

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            • #7
              Hi Jon,

              There is a schedule date for the siteworx account provisioning with ipv6 to be ready ? (on fresh install ?)

              TIA

              Paulo

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              • #8
                At the moment we don't have a scheduled release date, sorry.
                Jon Daniel
                Software Engineer
                InterWorx-CP | http://interworx.com

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by hacman View Post
                  Hi Guys,

                  Sorry to bump an old thread here, but is there any update on Interworx supporting IPv6?

                  Jon
                  You know I never understood why some people get mad or irritated by so called "old posts" being reactivated (just saying, no one here has said anything but there are those at some forums act like you uncovered a pile of poop or something if some one reply's to a old thread).
                  The age of the post is not as near as important as the relevancy of the post. In this case the deciscusion of IPV6 is just as important now as it was in 2009. OK that is my pet peeve for the day....

                  Thanks Jon for giving an update to the development of IPv6 in how it relates to IW, I was wondering how that was being addressed.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by R-n-R View Post
                    You know I never understood why some people get mad or irritated by so called "old posts" being reactivated (just saying, no one here has said anything but there are those at some forums act like you uncovered a pile of poop or something if some one reply's to a old thread).
                    The age of the post is not as near as important as the relevancy of the post. In this case the deciscusion of IPV6 is just as important now as it was in 2009. OK that is my pet peeve for the day....

                    Thanks Jon for giving an update to the development of IPv6 in how it relates to IW, I was wondering how that was being addressed.
                    The funny thing is (on other forums) people yell at you for starting new threads that already exist and at the same time yell at your for bring an old thread back to life. Rock and a hard place. :D
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                    • #11
                      I know you said you don't have a date, but do you think it'll be ready before World IPv6 Day?

                      http://isoc.org/wp/worldipv6day/

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by johan_hammy View Post
                        I know you said you don't have a date, but do you think it'll be ready before World IPv6 Day?
                        http://isoc.org/wp/worldipv6day/
                        Sounds like a worthy goal! :)

                        Paul
                        Paul Oehler
                        InterWorx-CP | http://interworx.com
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by IWorx-Paul View Post
                          Sounds like a worthy goal! :)

                          Paul
                          Thats great! ;-)

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                          • #14
                            So how did that work out, being a couple months after IPv6 day?

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                            • #15
                              I would like an update on this issue (And DNSSEC, but thats another issue). I read that it had been bumped from 4.8, but was 'front-and-center for the next release'. Well, as it stands now, we are at 4.9.3, and still no IPv6 provisioning.

                              With customers starting to inquire about IPv6 support, this is quickly rising in our priority list.

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