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"Bad Request" while access web server with IPv6 address
- Subject: "Bad Request" while access web server with IPv6 address
- From: [email protected] (killyeon kim)
- Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 00:47:33 -0800 (PST)
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]h>
I have an IPv6 dns server. I registered the IPv6 www
server in the forward zone. And the web server works
well when I use the web server's v6 domain name.
But I really hope to know why I've got an error
message when I access the server with IPv6 address
If someone solve this problem, please give me the
Thanks in advance.
--- "Carla P. Quiblat" <[email protected]>
> Hi there.
> This happened to me before too but it just did not
> so I worked on having a working DNS (bind 9.1.2)
> speaks IPv6 first so I don't have to explicitly
> the IPv6 addresses on the browser. Do you have IPv6
> dns working already?
> On Thu, 15 Nov 2001, killyeon kim wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I have installed apache 1.3.19 with ipv6 enable.
> > the server's IPv6 address is 3ffe:2e01:2:1::2 in
> > local testbed.
> > But when I access with http://[3ffe:2e01:2:1::2],
> > Bad Request. Your browser sent a request that
> > server could not understand. Client sent malfored
> > header <<3ffe:2e01:2:1::2>>. And in the server's
> > file, there is error message like
> > [Fri. Nov 16 12:28:41 2001] [error] [client
> > 3ffe:2e01:2:1::1] Client sent malfored Host header
> > <<3ffe:2e01:2:1::2>>
> > But if I add the follwing line to /etc/hosts and
> > access the server with http://ipv6-server, it
> > well.
> > 3ffe:2e01:2:1::2 ipv6-server
> > And web browser I used is mozilla 0.9.5.
> > Please give me any help. I try to solve this
> > for a few days, but I can't get the answer.
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