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What's the difference between ipv6 "none" and "disable" settings?

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#1 meelosh



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Posted 20 August 2017 - 10:36 AM

In Eddie (2.13.5 linux) under preferences -> advanced I can choose ipv6 to be either "none" or "disabled" which sounds kinda unclear to me. "None" seems to be default. I don't use ipv6, have it disabled systemwide sa which one should I choose?

#2 iwih2gk


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Posted 20 August 2017 - 06:47 PM

If you are using Linux (Debian or similar) and have IPV6 completely disabled at ROOT during startup it doesn't matter.  If there is NO IPV6 running you have nothing to worry about.  In fact turning off IPV6 at Linux ROOT during startup is the safest and most thorough way to be sure it won't ever run.

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