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    Yes, you'd only want IPv6 if something upstream required it (Do any RBCs even support IPv6? Plus almost all IPv6 enabled websites have an IPv4 address too)

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    Yes, you'd only want IPv6 if something upstream required it (Do any RBCs even support IPv6? Plus almost all IPv6 enabled websites have an IPv4 address too)
    Just enabled it based on a previous post,
    You shouldn't disable IPv6 on your server NIC. Why? Well even though it's not used or allocated an IP, Microsoft have essentially hard coded various components of Windows Server which rely on IPv6 being enabled, but not necessarily in use.



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