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by Justin Ellingwood
So far, load balancers only get an IPv4 and no IPv6.
In practice, this means that load balancers cannot be used if you want to provide IPv6 connectivity.
I would love to use this feature, but only if IPv6 was made available.
We wait for this ? When will you add this feature ?
We're starting to close up to two years, any timeframe when this will be implemented?
Waww Can't be they don't support V6. So what happens if an end user use an IP V6 address and connect to your web site. ?Or does it mean it does not accept IPV6 to forward the traffice to droplets on IPv6 ?
RIPE blocks are completely depleted but I'm not holding my breath
almost a year, and still no ipv6 support??
Any update on this?
We would like to use DO Load Balancer but this isn't possible without IPv6 support. We have iOS App which have to connect to DO Load Balancer.
See Apple developer quotation:
"Starting June 1, 2016, all apps submitted to the App Store must support IPv6-only networking."
Is there a plan when this feature would be available?
do you have any updates about subj?
You won't be notified about changes to this idea.