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  1. #31
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    My personal wish is that the teamspeak developers should give IPv6 a much higher priority.
    To me IPv6 is the most missed feature of teamspeak.

  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barungar View Post
    My personal wish is that the teamspeak developers should give IPv6 a much higher priority.
    To me IPv6 is the most missed feature of teamspeak.
    +1


  3. #33
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    ipv6 support where really cool, because my ISP gives me an /56 Network and no ipv4 address, so client and server with v6 support would be awesome

  4. #34
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    Just to highlight this on your todo list.
    This post is 3 years old by now.
    I don't say that it's easy to implement but .... 3 years

  5. #35
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    Yes, IPv6 seems to gain momentum in germany even if we as customers like it or not. There is at least one ISP that uses the DS-Lite method for customers and others will most likely follow. As far as I've understood, hosting a TS3 server on such a connection is impossible as of now. I'd love to be proven wrong on this one but from what I could gather, it doesn't work unless IPv6 support is implemented.

  6. #36
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    Yep. We definitly need IPv6 integration to Teamspeak. I'm not sure, what you did wrong while writing teamspeak, but normally you should be able to get v6 to work in a couple of hours...

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by manawyrm View Post
    Yep. We definitly need IPv6 integration to Teamspeak. I'm not sure, what you did wrong while writing teamspeak, but normally you should be able to get v6 to work in a couple of hours...
    No excuse... but keep in mind that there's not only the client and server where IPv6 needs to be thrown in. There are lots of external services that need to be updated too:

    • Web Server List
    • Blacklist
    • Accounting
    • Update
    • TSDNS
    • ...

    Just to mention a few...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScP View Post
    Just to mention a few...
    ...
    client
    server

    3years? Seriously? Still no progress on that list shown?
    Can developers at least tell us, if they have code for server, and client prepared, just it is pending on your servers/ISP to support IPv6?
    Give us something, for change :-)

  9. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomas View Post
    Give us something, for change :-)
    http://www.southparkstudios.com/clip...nt-have-change


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    I got the message. :-)
    Gladly I meet only 1-2 a day. I didn't knew teamspeak systems enjoys this.
    Still, ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScP View Post
    No excuse... but keep in mind that there's not only the client and server where IPv6 needs to be thrown in. There are lots of external services that need to be updated too:

    • Web Server List
    • Blacklist
    • Accounting
    • Update
    • TSDNS
    • ...

    Just to mention a few...
    In my opinion TSDNS has always been an aberration. So, leave it with DNS SRV and drop this TSDNS. It would be one "misguided feature" less to support and you won't need to make it IPv6 capable either.

    As for most of the other services, I'm not a professional software developer, but I've written some client-server based programms in my time. To me it's mostly getting along with the longer address strings inside you database fields or your program logic. The ip sockets api of the operation system does most of the job as it comes to handling the rest.

    But the above is all my humble and personal opinion.

    I'd would like it very much if there could be an active IPv6 support in the application family really soon.

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    Am I the only one here thinking it's time for an official update on this?

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    Don't hold your breath...

  14. #44
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    I need to push this thread...
    We have users (at german ISP Unitymedia -- DOCSIS3) who only get IPv6 and an extremly unreliable CGN-IPv4 route.
    They have serious problems with dropping v4 packets and high jitter.

    IPv6 is enabled in _every_ application & server. Please, implement it on a high priority. In my behalf implement it as a beta feature with an option to turn it on on the Server side (possibly with some downsides -> non working IP bans or stuff).

    Thank you,
    Tobias

  15. #45
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    IP V6 is already supported by some other softwares (i don't want to write "apps", it's so lame) like some SIP phone softwares and mumble.

    Please be selfish don't let them slap this feature at your face again and again.

    Make some brain cells smoke. But make it real in mid term (some months, not years).

    and this new logo would be cool on your website
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