1. D

    IPv6 and http://rpms.litespeedtech.com/

    Hello, Will it be possible to access http://rpms.litespeedtech.com/ via IPv6? I have several VPS only with IPv6 addresses and access to the repository is a bit difficult. It's the 21st century, we should all provide access to websites via IPv6 ;) Currently, I have 20-25% traffic over IPv6 and...
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    there are a lot of direct visits to the site. how to disable ipv6 listening should help
  3. Gamecock

    Disable IPv6

    I want to disable IPv6 which is listening on my server by default. How can I do that? [root@server ~]# sudo netstat -tulpn | grep tcp6 tcp6 0 0 :::80 :::* LISTEN 5716/litespeed tcp6 0 0 :::443 :::*...
  4. R

    IPv6 support / configuration

    Hello, My host Ionos gave me an IPv6 for my VPS server. It's configured in my DNS but when testing (on https://ipv6-test.com/) it says the IPv6 web server (Litespeed Enterprise) is unreachable as per the screenshot below: Does anyone know how to setup Cyperbanel and/or Litespeed Server so...
  5. sibipaul

    Can I use Only IPv6 as AAAA Records to Point a Domain to Litespeed Server?

    Hello, I'm an LS Site Owner User Think as My Domain is Pointed to one IPv6 as AAAA Records. But, I didn't Create any A Records ( IPv4 ) or CNAME. I Just want to Show My Webpage on http://mydomain.com or http:// my IPv6 Address if everything right, it should work correctly? ( correct me if...
  6. soaringeagle

    litespeed (newest) suddenny causing odd behavior

    i can't be certain all of its related to liespeed but for the past month about i have been unable to complete a sitemap crawl. normally when the crawler gets an error like a timeout or 500 error it logs it, and moves on, but for the past month it will crawl an average of 100k-200k (as low as...
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    [Resolved] Issues getting ipv4+ipv6 working

    I'm having trouble understanding how to set a listener to both ipv4 and ipv6. The help bubble states to set it to [ANY] for both ipv4 and ipv6, however that option is not available. There is an option for [ANY] IPV6 which only listens on ipv6. Then it mentions about serving both ipv4 and ipv6...