|Summary:||enhancement for ipv6 implementation|
|Component:||Core||Assignee:||Apache HTTPD Bugs Mailing List <bugs>|
Description spamik 2010-08-01 18:24:08 UTC
Apache has NameVirtualHost * VirtualHost * But if used in dual stack ipv4 and ipv6 that could allow circuventing existing ipv4 blocks using ipv6 connection. You could use NameVirtualhost ipv4-1:80 NameVirtualhost ipv4-2:80 <VirtualHost ipv4-1:80 ipv4-2:8 ipv6-1 ipv6-2 ipv6-3 ipv6-4 ipv6-5> and another vhosts without ipv6 (uwanted in this case): <VirtualHost ipv4-1:80 ipv4-2:80> but ipv6 hosts are numerous. Its unpractical to to list them all (fe. for easy swithing between those). So what apache need is Listen ipv4*:80 NameVirtualhost ipv4* VirtualHost ipv6* no one can if needed use <VirtualHost ipv6*> or <VirtualHost ipv4* ipv6*> or <VirtualHost ipv4*> so you can specify if you want to listen on all ipv6 or all ipv4 or all interfaces.
Comment 1 spamik 2010-08-01 18:28:36 UTC
some tasks that could be accomplished with proposed ipv4* ipv6* Setup (IP based) virtualhost on all ipv6 interfaces but not on any ipv4 interface Setup (name based) virtualhost on all ipv4 interfaces but not on any ipv6 interfaces this all can be done by listing IP's, but listing few milion ipv6 in httpd.conf is not great idea...
Comment 2 spamik 2010-08-01 19:22:56 UTC
NameVirtualHost 0.0.0.0:80 <VirtualHost 0.0.0.0:80> It also catches on ipv6 interfaces. A bug I think. No way to have virtualhost on all ipv4 but none ipv6.
Comment 3 William A. Rowe Jr. 2018-11-07 21:08:12 UTC
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