- Launchd 1 root 7u IPv6 0xddffe8ef3a82ead1 0t0 TCP.:5900 (LISTEN) launchd. Syncthing 484 peter 19u IPv6 0xddffe8ef490b6ff1 0t0 TCP.
- I can not say that IPv6 is a new Internet protocol, since it was developed back in 1996. But he began to receive distribution only after the worldwide launch in 2012. IPv6 cannot simply be disabled.
- Yes, you can disable IPv6 on Syncthing, but you shouldn't do that lightly. IPv6 is the modern version of IP and removes a bunch of cruft and hacky patches that IPv4 has to use, like NAT, layer 7 firewalls/alg detection/passtrhough, etc. If your goal is to not allow Syncthing to sync across the internet, then you shouldn't disable IPv6, you.
Syncthing has a config directory which is in /.config/syncthing but unfortunately it is a somewhat confusing XML file. Thus, the better way is to use the web frontend which is built into syncthing on port 8384. Since syncthing runs on your ownCloud server, use ssh port forwarding to connect to the web config console. Syncthing is a continuous file synchronization program. It synchronizes files between two or more computers in real time, safely protected from prying eyes. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, whether it is shared with some third party, and how it's transmitted over the internet.
Hello, War thunder ipm1 vs m1.
Syncthing Prefer Ipv6
I had been running strelaysrv on a Debian server with dual-stack Internet connectivity for about a month without any problems, until today, when I discovered this in my logs (dates and times shown are in UTC +3:00):
These are the first two occurrences of the message, which has repeated itself hourly since then. As expected, my relay does not appear on relays.syncthing.net.
Strelaysrv is at v0.14.4, the most recent one available from Debian’s repository. TCP ports 22067 and 22070 are reachable over IPv4 and IPv6. A local instance of BIND9 is used for name resolution.
relays.syncthing.net resolves as follows from here: