ipv6 testing

Patrick Domack patrickdk at patrickdk.com
Tue Jun 7 02:37:11 CEST 2011

Odd, I haven't had any issues with postscreen on several systems,  
running 2.8.3 also.

Now if all this windows based systems would stop attempting to send me  
email over their teredo (2000:0000::) or 6to4 (2002::) adresses  
without rdns configured.

Quoting Benny Pedersen <me at junc.org>:

> On Mon, 6 Jun 2011 16:34:46 +0200, Mark Martinec
> <Mark.Martinec+amavis at ijs.si> wrote:
>>> ipv6 testing
>>> does it work ? :)
>> It does - but details depend on what you have in mind.
>> Postfix, amavisd and SpamAssassin since 3.3 can all deal just fine
>> with IPv6 addresses found in a mail message.
> postfix 2.8.3 and ipv6 postscreen fails for me, postfix 2.7.4 works
> its fails with locking db for postscreen here, if just ipv4 it works
>> All configuration settings in amavisd understand and correctly deal
>> with IPv6 addresses configured.
> sqlgrey works also, but the deamond just not support ipv6 bind imho, but
> the db engine does
> i will have to make my amavisd ipv6 setup better in comming days, just
> happy to see that postfix now is running dual stacked on my mx
>> Amavis can feed mail back to Postfix over an IPv6 (inet6) socket.
>> The one thing lacking is the Net::Server module. The last released
>> version does not yet support accepting sessions over IPv6.
>> I have a patch for Net::Server which makes it understand IPv6,
>> which I'm running here locally (as well as at some other sites),
>> so this provides the missing link for the full internal mail path
>> working over inet6. The amavisd-new-2.7.0 supports the
>> configuration-side of this added Net::Server functionality.
>> Let me know if someone needs the IPv6-enabling patch for
>> Net::Server 0.99.
> would be nice to add it to cpan, with mostly gentoo follows
> thanks for all links to ipv6, on test-ipv6 i get 10/10 10/10, on my
> windows xp laptop it cant get it that good with teredo, 9/10 10/10 there

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