Windows 7 "warning: IPv6 protocol not available"
ralph at nlnetlabs.nl
Mon Nov 20 11:29:44 UTC 2017
Your specified IPv6 addresses are not valid, you can use the double
colons (::) only once in an address.
On 20-11-17 10:40, Jefferson Carpenter via Unbound-users wrote:
> I'm trying to run an Unbound server on my PC for the purpose of
> accessing Namecoin's .bit domains. Here's my full service.conf file:
> # Unbound configuration file on windows.
> # See example.conf for more settings and syntax
> # verbosity level 0-4 of logging
> verbosity: 0
> # if you want to log to a file use
> #logfile: "C:\unbound.log"
> # on Windows, this setting makes reports go into the Application log
> # found in ControlPanels - System tasks - Logs
> #use-syslog: yes
> do-not-query-localhost: no
> domain-insecure: bit.
> interface: fe80::9181:5322:6eee:5dd8::
> access-control: fe80::9181:5322:6eee:5dd8::/80 allow
> interface: 192.168.1.100
> access-control: 192.168.1.0/8 allow
> name: bit.
> stub-addr: 192.168.1.2 at 5300
> Having added the IPv6 "interface" and "access-control" lines, I am now
> getting the error " unbound.exe[3504:0] warning: IPv6
> protocol not available".
> I'm running on Windows 7.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Jefferson Carpenter
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