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From "Jeffrey Janner" <>
Subject RE: Windows x64 Installer
Date Mon, 08 Jun 2009 16:24:33 GMT
OK, after boning up on IPv6 addresses, I see what's happening.

With no address specified in the connector, and with both the IPv4 and
IPv6 protocols installed, APR is setting up a listener only on the IPv6
protocol "any address" port.  Windows displays this as [::] in
accordance with IPv6 addressing guidelines where you can omit leading
zeros and empty address segments. In Windows, the IPv4 "any" address is
always displayed as, which is not coming up in this instance.

So the question is, why is APR only setting up the IPv6 address in this
case and not the IPv4?  I have to specifically give the connector the
IPv4 "any" address in order to get this to work.

Is there any way to tell Tomcat/APR that I want to default to IPv4?  It
doesn't appear that I can remove the IPv6 protocol from the Windows 2008


-----Original Message-----
From: Caldarale, Charles R [] 
Sent: Monday, June 08, 2009 10:19 AM
To: Tomcat Users List
Subject: RE: Windows x64 Installer

> From: Jeffrey Janner []
> Subject: RE: Windows x64 Installer
> IPv6 protocol is disabled on the active network connection.
> So it shouldn't be an IPv6 issue.

But it clearly is, since your netstat output shows IPv6 addresses, not

 - Chuck

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