Thank you not . It is fair enough to have systems that don't support yet, but to actively break/fail to work when IPv6 is enabled is pretty bad. Ignore IPv6, sure, but to have your IPv4 systems stop working simply when IPv6 is enabled doesn't really allow any kind of migration path.

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