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The client encountered an issue while using ipv6 #406

nczyw opened this issue Apr 20, 2024 · 0 comments

The client encountered an issue while using ipv6 #406

nczyw opened this issue Apr 20, 2024 · 0 comments
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nczyw commented Apr 20, 2024

Server OS : openwrt x86 docker
Server version:1.1.10-3
client os : MacOS
When the client has an IPv6 address, it is obtained by using the SIM card on the phone, opening the hotspot, and obtaining the IPv6 address. After connecting, the client: does not show as ready. Please check the network connection, but you can still enter the ID to control others, as well as the logs displayed by the server. I have uploaded them, please check
server logs
stdout: [2024-04-20 12:05:10.784476 +00:00] INFO [src/] IP change of 332279342 from [::ffff:]:14331 to [2408:840d:dd30:ac8b:ce5:82b5:b13b:fbbd]:61953
It seems that the client's IPv4 address has been changed to the client's IPv6 address, and the server is frantically repeating the above log content. I only intercepted the last line of the log, and the content is the same.
After turning off the client's ipv6, the network will show ready and everything is normal. It is known that the hotspot ipv6 issued by the SIM card of the mobile phone in China is likely to be prohibited from entering. Maybe this is the reason why ipv6 cannot work properly. I Just a guess.

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