I use IPv6 natively.  I also used it when I updated the Cygwin content on
the wiki and noticed no issues.

Fail2ban does currently support IPv6, I am running it.

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From: Xastir-dev [mailto:xastir-dev-boun...@xastir.org] On Behalf Of Curt,
WE7U
Sent: Thursday, February 8, 2018 13:13
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Subject: Re: [Xastir-dev] New release coming up soon, old release
"regenerated" on Github, call for discussion

On Thu, 8 Feb 2018, David Brooke G6GZH wrote:

> With the mention of the wiki I was just having a look at it and it 
> seemed slow - looks like IPv6 routing is broken from me at least
>
> traceroute to xastir.org (2001:1868:205::1001) from 
> 2001:8b0:3d7:1:c9ac:a899:bdcb:1d59, 30 hops max, 24 byte packets

I've not made a concerted effort to get the site up on IPv6. It has an
address, but no specific changes were made to enable/route/firewall IPv6.

If I were to put forth effort on that I'd also need to upgrade/config
"fail2ban" for IPv6 to keep from getting hassled by script-kiddies. I don't
currently have a way to test IPv6 from work or home.

Is IPv6 truly needed?

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