I have a Windows 7 machine that's running Ubuntu in a VM. The VM has an interface configured as an IPv6-only, host-only network. The network is statically set up, and all that seems to be working. ...
I have a local site which is running at admin.mysite.com. I have set up the iis config to point to the correct folder. When i enter the following entry in my hosts folder 127.0.0.1 admin.mysite.com ...
There is a very similar previous question and answer, but for windows 7 and/or earlier versions of Google Chrome, here: Is there a way to disable IPv6 in Google's Chrome? That solution no ...
I only have ipv6 connectivity via a HE tunnel on my router, so normally I want to prefer ipv4 over ipv6. For some websites however, I would like to prefer ipv6. Right now I have just set ...
chrome://net-internals/dns#dns has a button which allows us to enable IPv6 for Host resolver: This is how it looks like after clicking Enable IPv6: How do I revert to the previous state without ...
I have a remote Arch Linux server which has IPv6 enabled (through Tunnelbroker, I am able to do ping6 ipv6.google.com successfully) and I want to know if it's possible to use PuTTY on my Windows 7 ...
Is it possible to know if a browser (Internet Explorer/Google Chrome in Windows 7 SP1) is using the IPv4 or IPv6 address of a website? What I'm looking for is for some kind of visual feedback without ...
I'm developing websites in a Windows 7 machine. When I've installed Firefox I've found some performance issue specially on connecting to the localhost, googling around I've discovered that it's ...