IPv6 Best Practices

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by John Man, Feb 25, 2023.

  1. John Man

    John Man New Member

    I am new to IPv6 protocol and I need some guidelines to correctly configure it to my server.
    I have ubuntu 22.04 and Ispconfig 3.2.9
    My server has 1 ip v4 and a /64 ipv6 wich includes a lot of addresses.
    As for the ip v4 I use this single one as shared but what should I do with ip v6?
    Should I assign 1 ip per domain and per mail server or a subnet per domain or use just the primary ip ::1 for all domains on the server

    Thank you
  2. Th0m

    Th0m ISPConfig Developer Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    Assign the primary ::1 IP to the server and use it for all domains. Best is to set "*" as listener for all domains, this makes the site listen on all interfaces. But be aware that either all sites need to listen on all interfaces, or on one IP. Don't mix it.
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