ioquake 1.36 released with IPv6 support
Bernhard Schmidt on Thursday, 30 April 2009 18:21:51
Hi, I almost missed it, exactly one year and two days after the ioquake3 development version gained IPv6 support version 1.36 was finally released, which supports IPv6 out of the box. It works dualstacked just fine by adding the parameter "+set net_enabled 7" to the command line. I didn't have much luck finding a public IPv6 server in the serverlist, but maybe noone is running one (or they don't mark them accordingly, or the master server isn't really IPv6-capable yet). I did test with our internal server^WCPMA benchmark infrastructure and it worked very well, replace the binaries and you have an IPv6-enabled client/server. If noone else jumps in I might start a public server on IPv6-only in the next few days, but it has been almost a decade since I played with that stuff, so if someone else has experience doing so I'd really appreciate it. Bernhard
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