On Mon, 2003-01-06 at 15:59, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> Greg Copeland wrote:
> > > It appears right at the top because creating the socket is the first
> > > thing it does.  A good question is once we have a way for the user to
> > > control IPv4/6, what do we ship as a default?  IPv4-only?  Both, and if
> > > both, do we fail on a kernel that doesn't have IPv6 enabled?
> > 
> > So you're saying that by using the IPv6 address family and you bind to
> > an IPv6 address (or even ANY interface), you still get v4 connections on
> > the same bind/listen/accept sequence?
> > 
> > I'm asking because I've never done v6 stuff.
> Yes, it listens on both.  The original author, Nigel, tested in using
> both IPv4 and IPv6, and the #ipv6 IRC channel and google postings seem
> to indicate that too. What I am not sure how to do is say _only_ IPv4.

Wouldn't you just use an IPv4 address family when creating your socket?

Greg Copeland <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Copeland Computer Consulting

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