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Enable IPv6 for Subscription?

Discussion in 'Plesk 11.x for Linux' started by repa, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. repa

    repa New Pleskian

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    Hi,

    i have added IPv6 support to my Ubuntu 12.04 server with plesk 11 installed.

    now, i assigned an ip address to my reseller plan. Each time, a new subscription is created, the customer gets the ipv4 address assigned, but not the ipv6 address.

    how can i enable ipv6 by default?
     
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    repa New Pleskian

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    Why is this IPv6 entry "None" by default? How can i set the default address?
     

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    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    If I correctly understood you have assigned one shared IPv4 and one IPv6 address to Reseller's Service Plan and you need that IPv6 address should be selected by default when you create subscription?
     
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    repa New Pleskian

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    Right, i have one IPv4 and one IPv6 assigned to a REseller Plan, IPv4 is selected, IPv6 not.
     
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    repa New Pleskian

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    any hint ?
     
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    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    Sorry, no any hint. I have tried to find any solution and seems this behaviour is hardcoded.
     
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    repa New Pleskian

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    that means, i have to assign each account the IPv6 manually?

    this is unusable...
     
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    Perhaps corresponding API-RPC XML requests can be considered as possible solution?
     
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    repa New Pleskian

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    Is there an easy way to assign an IPv6 address to all users?

    Maybe via bash?
     
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