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My ISP, router, and PC support IPv6.

 

I haven't seen anything which indicates Domotz supports IPv6.

 

Can IPv6 support be included?

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Silvio

Sorry this is not in the short/medium plan. Definitely it is something we will start covering. in the second partt of 2016.

 

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Alessandro

I heard about Domotz only yesterday (in the locker room of my rowing club :) ). When I heard of remote agent I immediately thought to IPv6 networking. IPv6 is definitely a must for your application, consider the opportunity given by an end-to-end communication of a multitude of sensors.

I’ll try to install Domtz on my Raspberry as soon as possible! :)

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johnpoz

Is there any progress on this.

 

I have my domotz running on ubuntu..  And while ipv6 is working at the os level - domotz doesn't seem to show anything about ipv6 at all.

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Christian

So 2016 has come and gone. It's now 2020, still no IPv6 support? It was introduced in 1995, and most ISPs now support it and run IPv6 as standard. What's going on with Domotz?

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Silvio

I am so sorry. We had this in mind  since we were just a small startup. Moving on, other features have always taken priority, and no much demand from our customers for IPV6. So we have given priority to other features. As you can see from our release notes and newsletter we keep delivering at a very fast pace, and very advanced features, to satisfy the demand of features. I will discuss with our CTO, though.

 

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Christian

Thanks for the very fast answer, I do fully understand this and appreciate your release velocity - still a happy customer, but it would be great to have support now v6 is becoming the norm.

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