We need IPv6 compliance for our service. So my questions:
Is there a workaround to use Profitbricks with IPv6 addresses?
When is offical IPv6 support available? In the FAQ it is stated as planned for a while now, is there a more specific date one could expect IPv6 support?
Official IPv6 support is still in the backlog, so there is currently no specific launch date available.
Although it's not tested, the following might work for you:
Using ip6-over-iip4 tunnel to connect your VMs to the outside world
(for a simple test you may use e.g. https://tunnelbroker.net/)
Direct use of IPv6 for private LANs should work
Note that this is not officially supported but you may give it a try for your specific use case.
Danke für den Hinweis.
Wir nutzen aktuell einen Tunnelanbieter, der schliesst aber demnächst seinen Dienst. Anstatt einen neuen Anbieter zu suchen würden wir dass gerne nativ direkt bei unserem Hoster realisieren. Schade dass Profitbricks da keine Alternative ist.
We ended up having to get a dedicated server from a Profitbricks competitor which does support IPv6. The server is used as a proxy to our Profitbricks data center. We used a CentOS 7 HAProxy stack as the proxy, which has proven to be solid thus far.
We operate a mobile / cloud service which uses a mobile app based client. Apple now requires IPv6 support, so we are forced to comply. This was a surprise for us and we had to scramble to implement it since we could not release updates for Apple clients without it. PB support couldn't give me a timeline for IPv6 support.
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