ume at mahoroba.org
Wed Mar 23 12:32:57 EDT 2016
>>>>> On Wed, 23 Mar 2016 16:03:10 +0100
>>>>> Sebastian Hagedorn via Info-cyrus <info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu> said:
info-cyrus> Yes, I do (multi-homed system), and I have just tried it on a test
info-cyrus> system. Using literal IPv6 adresses without brackets works fine, even
info-cyrus> though it looks strange:
info-cyrus> imapv6 cmd="imapd" listen="2001:DB8:0:6f0:21c:42ff:fe5e:202e:imap"
Though it is not mentioned in the manpage, the address:port notation
without bracket is also accepted.
You can find the following comment for parse_inet_listen() in
* Parse the "listen" parameter as one of the forms:
* hostname ':' port
* ipv4-address ':' port
* '[' ipv4-address ']'
* '[' ipv4-address ']' ':' port
* '[' ipv6-address ']'
* '[' ipv6-address ']' ':' port
info-cyrus> I will now try a host name with bot A and AAAA records, but I assume
info-cyrus> that will work as well.
Yes, it should work.
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