On Wed, Jan 07, 2004 at 10:17:55AM +0000, John P. Looney wrote:
> I have ipv6 working on a good few machines, but I have a wee problem.
> One of them is a mail server, running qmail.
>> I'm trying to work out is there any point in doing this - if I can't
> get qmail, vpopmail and courier-imap ipv6 working also, I may as well
> leave it, so I was hoping someone could tell me "yes, I'm using qmail
> and vpopmail over IPv6 and it's all working happily".
Courier imap works fine with IPv6, we've been running it for well
over a year with no trouble. I'm fairly sure vpopmail supports
IPv6, havn't a clue about qmail. Don't use qmail ;)
> Oh a second question; for some reason, when I ssh to an ipv6-enabled
> machine, there is a ten or fifteen second pause before the connection
> goes through. If I do it a second later, it goes through instantly. Any
> idea why ?
Sounds like a caching nameserver in the way is a bit slow fetching
the initial AAAA.
Colm MacCárthaigh Public Key: colm+pgp at stdlib.net
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