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Started by SleePy, June 29, 2011, 03:25:36 PM
Quote from: SleePy on August 30, 2011, 05:18:17 PMHello,Do you have any other mods installed?If you click on the arrow on the left, see which one of the edits on that file is failing, then click the edit icon. That should give me information about what code it can't find.
QuoteYou have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'BETWEEN bi.ip_low2 AND bi.ip_high2)AND ( BETWEEN bi.ip_low3 AND bi.ip_hi' at line 7File: /Sources/Security.phpLine: 344
Quote from: SleePy on January 15, 2012, 12:58:29 PMYou would have to ask your host if the server you are on is IPv6 enabled and then you would need to add a AAAA to your dns for that IPv6 address. If you maintain your DNS records with your host, they would be able to do that if the box you are on is IPv6 capable.If you have a VPS or dedicated server, you could setup a tunnel if your host doesn't support IPv6 yet. tunnelbroker.net is what I use to tunnel to IPv6 from my home connection since my ISP doesn't support IPv6 yet. I've got that configured on my router so all my network computers can use IPv6. The process is the same for setting it up on your VPS/dedicated. Just need to configure it on the server instead. Your OS/distro and network setup will depend on how you modify the network configurations to set that up.This mod only makes it so SMF knows how to understand and handle IPv6 addresses. It can't change what isn't enabled/setup on the server and DNS itself.
return $ip_array;}// Lookup an IP; try shell_exec first because we can do a timeout on it.function host_from_ip($ip)
// Makes it simpiler to work with. $ip_array = array('low' => 0, 'high' => 0); $ip_array = array('low' => 0, 'high' => 0); $ip_array = array('low' => 0, 'high' => 0); $ip_array = array('low' => 0, 'high' => 0);
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