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From Laur...@altavista.fr
Subject Obj.: IPv6 enabled Apache 2.0.28 on Win XP platform: Prob Viewing Webpa ge
Date Tue, 09 Apr 2002 06:38:21 GMT
I think, you must enable the IPv6 on WinXP.

If you want some informations about the activation of IPv6 on WinXP, you can see : http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/pro/techinfo/administration/ipv6/default.asp



Le Mon, 08 April 2002, Foo Chang Hu a écrit :

> 
> Hi!
> 
> Many thanks to the feedback provided by Andrew and Owen to my previous
> problem. It is greatly appreciated. =)
> 
> Here i am to seek help on another problem, here goes:
> 
> I am using Windows XP and installed Apache httpd 2.0.28 with the IPv6 patch
> from Kato's website. I added the IPv6 address through setting up a virtual
> host. The test configuration works fine and i can start the apache server
> with no problems. 
> 
> However, when i tried to access the server webpage on the same computer, it
> works for the Ipv4 address but when i typed in the hexadecimal IPv6
> address(http://[fec0::1:0:0:0:1]), IE returned an 'invalid syntax' message.
> Does that mean that it does not support IPv6 addresses?
> 
> I suspect that it has something to do with the fact that i did not use the
> checkv4 tool and change the windows sockets' source code files to support
> IPv6. However, the XP website says that:
> 
> "Windows XP contains an updated version of the Internet extensions
> dynamic-link library (DLL), Wininet.dll, to enable your Web browser to view
> IPv6-enabled Web sites"
> 
> Do i have to make changes to the source code file? if yes, where can i
> locate it? if there is no need to change the source code file, what is th e
> problem?
> 
> Thank you
> 
> terrence
> 

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