I have it set to add header now but I'm still getting ipv6 on some users.Not sure about a real work around because the ip address will still be ipv6 but will appear as ipv4 if you enable pseudo ipv4. You can replace ivp6 with ipv4 by setting the option pseudo ipv4 to either 'add header' or 'overwrite headers' (network > pseudo ipv4). It simply makes the ipv6 ip address (for people coming to your site through a VPN for example) an ipv4 address. I set mine to overwrite headers. It's a simple solution to allowing your visitors to always have a real ip address.
But as for a work around to actually stop ipv6, I'm not sure of a way.
It takes some time to update. And at least I believe that's what pseudo ipv4 does. All I know is I had users with ipv6 ip addresses coming in and I set it to pseudo ipv4 'overwrite headers' and I started to see them with ipv4 addresses instead.I have it set to add header now but I'm still getting ipv6 on some users.
I tried overwrite headers but on an ip search it said private?
OK I will give it some time. Thank you very much for your replyIt takes some time to update. And at least I believe that's what pseudo ipv4 does. All I know is I had users with ipv6 ip addresses coming in and I set it to pseudo ipv4 'overwrite headers' and I started to see them with ipv4 addresses instead.
But when I set mine, it took some time to update before I started seeing ipv4. So after a while you should start seeing ipv4 only.
Ye I guess that's a positive.Well still though the ip is assigned to the user. So if you ever need to ban someone that ip is still unique to the user. However I wish I knew a work around for it. Currently I'm fine with the way it is but good luck on finding a way. At least the user has a unique ip though.
Not all IPv6 addresses can be converted to IPv4 addresses, so a plugin won't be able to do that conversion reliably.Any way to have a xenforo addon that does that instead and it's compatible with 1.4.x too?
I'd like to see all members ip addresses as IPv4 and not IPv6
Really? How can you be vulnerable to a protocol which you don't accept?Mind that if you disable IPv6 then you will leave yourself open to attacks from IPv6 addresses. We had to turn it back on because we had attacks from an IPv6 address and the only way to ban it was to re-enable IPv6.