IPv6 incorrect setup (or resolver bug? or http client bug?)
Mon Nov 1 13:17:08 CET 2004
Matthias> Is 172.16.2.2 an ip6 address?
Ingela> No, it is a ipv4 address.
I've read up a little on IP6 addressing since Friday. To satisfy my
curiosity, can someone tell me what
returns in R10B on a machine which supports IP6. (I'm expecting an
error, or ::172.16.2.2, or an encoded version of ::172.16.2.2).
Come to think of it, what does
> You can always work around the problem for now by changing
> the call in http_transport:connect/0 to inet:getaddr(Host, inet)
Thanks. Another workaround is to use a machine name instead of a
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