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[Xen-users] IPv6 xen support

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Subject: [Xen-users] IPv6 xen support
From: Glen Eustace <geustace@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 07:15:49 +1200
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Hi Peter,

Most of my VMs running under Xen use IPv6.

This isn't a Xen issue as the bridge is layer 2. Whether or not your guests can do IPv6 is an Operating System issue. We are using CentOS, Fedora and Win 2k3 and have no problems.

NB: Nothing needs to be changed in Dom0 to support IPv6 in DomU.
Glen and Rosanne Eustace,
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