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From Marco Brambilla <>
Subject Re: Tomcat and IPv6
Date Fri, 24 Jan 2003 09:17:38 GMT
First of all Thank you very much Shapira.
Today, early in the morning, I started trying and retrying every kind of 
configuration was jumping in my mind.
After a lot of vain trials, I decided to replace my "server.xml" with 
the original one.
I only commented out the ajp coyote connector section (Lines 113-118) 
and changed every occurence of "localhost" with my IPv6 address. Now it 
works fine and sniffing with Ethereal, I had the proof that the traffic 
is actually IPv6.

Thnks again.


Shapira, Yoav wrote:

>This brings back memories.  I did my master's thesis on dual IPv4-IPv6
>routers and client stacks.  Nothing to do with Java though ;)
>Tomcat uses the JVM's underlying socket and address implementations.
>See the Javadocs for the package for details of those classes.
>If they work over IPv6, tomcat should too.
>>I always receive the same response: a white page.
>>Sniffing the traffic with Ethereal on the loopback interface, I
>>discovered that Tomcat answers:
>>  "Error 404 - Bad Request".
>What does the tomcat access log (in
>$CATALINA_HOME/logs/localhost_access_log... by default) say?  How about
>the other tomcat logs?
>Make sure to do these experiments with tomcat stand-alone first.  That
>way we could eliminate some variables such as the apache-tomcat
>connectors being not IPv6 compliant.
>Yoav Shapira
>Millennium ChemInformatics

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