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June 29, 2012, 11:35:36 AM
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The problem is that I have a dynamic IPv4 and static IPv6. It seems like I don't get any incoming IPv4 connections if I set externalip to an my v6.

You can specify -externalip more than once.

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July 07, 2015, 10:55:45 PM
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What's the benefit of using IPv6?

No one needs to OPEN ANY PORTS!!! Thats the benefit. Imagine if everyone could download the bitcoin core and actually contribute to the netowork without having to do anything! Thats how bitcoin should be. If everyone used ipv6, we would have 50x more connections than we do have at the moment.

Port forwarding is a bitch and there are so many variables that can make port forwarding not work.

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July 07, 2015, 11:22:59 PM
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What's the benefit of using IPv6?

No one needs to OPEN ANY PORTS!!! Thats the benefit. Imagine if everyone could download the bitcoin core and actually contribute to the netowork without having to do anything! Thats how bitcoin should be. If everyone used ipv6, we would have 50x more connections than we do have at the moment.

Port forwarding is a bitch and there are so many variables that can make port forwarding not work.

What is the point of bumping a three years old thread ?

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July 07, 2015, 11:37:52 PM
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What's the benefit of using IPv6?

No one needs to OPEN ANY PORTS!!! Thats the benefit. Imagine if everyone could download the bitcoin core and actually contribute to the netowork without having to do anything! Thats how bitcoin should be. If everyone used ipv6 because it was the standard, we would have 50x more connections than we do have at the moment.

Port forwarding is a bitch and there are so many variables that can make port forwarding not work.

What is the point of bumping a three years old thread ?

I'm not trying to actually "privatly converse with him", its a public forum and people like you read this shit as it gets bumped. Maybe it sparks some thought. 7000 views and only ~20 replies; its not about the direct conversation but about the public reading it.


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July 07, 2015, 11:54:36 PM
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It's funny how at the begining of the internet when they were developing tcp/ip, some of the common critics were "this will not be able to scale up, it will fail".
Now it's the same with Bitcoin.
Cant wait to see were we are in 10 years, and the ridiculous price of it.

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July 08, 2015, 12:07:18 AM
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It's funny how at the begining of the internet when they were developing tcp/ip, some of the common critics were "this will not be able to scale up, it will fail".
Now it's the same with Bitcoin.
Cant wait to see were we are in 10 years, and the ridiculous price of it.
We are already on the seventh year Wink

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