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11.36 vs 11.34 & IPv6

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mtylerb, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. mtylerb

    mtylerb Well-Known Member

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    I had IPv6 working in 11.34. It was a bit of a patch solution until 11.36 came out (which is supposed to support IPv6) but it worked. I had to manually input the "Listen [::]:80" and "Listen [::]:443" lines into httpd.conf and added the <VirtualHost> and NameVirtualHost lines into the post-virtual host include section in WHM.

    It wasn't perfect, but it worked. Now that I've updated to 11.36.0.11, however, it's broken. The old <virtualhost> sections do nothing and when I copy the new ones from the httpd.conf file and add the appropriate IPv6 lines to the <VirtualHost lines, I get some weird results.

    Sometimes, visiting a site will work. Sometimes it will show the page, but not load the CSS files. Sometimes it will load nothing except the Apache configuration success page as if you're visiting the a brand new installation. It's very unpredictable. The whole time, though, the IPv4 sites are working fine. It's only visiting with an IPv6 connection that screws it up and only since updating to 11.36.0.11.

    Any ideas how to fix this?
     
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    mtylerb Well-Known Member

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    Anybody? Any Apache gurus out there with some insight?
     
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    I honestly hadn't seen that before. I've gotten lost in cPanel documentation a few times. I appreciate the link and will see if I can resolve the issue.

    Thanks!
     
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