March 30, 2009
This APRS server is now supporting the IPv6 protocol. All major functionality like the web frontend as well as the APRS-IS feed are now accessible via the IP version 6 protocol.
If you already have IPv6 available, you can reach this server using the hostname www.ipv6.db0anf.de. Please notice that this address can NOT be reached using classic IPv4 – in this case, please use www.db0anf.de as usual.
For accessing the APRS-IS feed via IPv6, just use the usual ports (like 14580), and change the server name to ipv6.db0anf.de.
If you would like to get IPv6 connectivity, there are a couple of providers offering it (some even free of charge). Just try it out – it’s the future of the internet!
- DB0ANF APRS Server via IPv6
- DB0ANF APRS-IS Feed Status via IPv6
- DB0ANF BBS Archive via IPv6
- Amateur Radio Newsgroups via IPv6
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