Comparison of IPv6 Application Support

Comparison Of IPv6 Application Support

This is a comparison of popular Internet applications in regards to their support of the IPv6 protocol.

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Comparison Of IPv6 Application Support - Applications
... Application Category IPv6 supported? Zone ID supported? Earliest version # with IPv6 support Notes Reference links AbsoluteTelnet SSH client, Telnet client, SFTP Client Yes No 5.01 ... Cerberus FTP Server FTP Server Yes 3.0 Supports RFC 2428 FTP Extensions for IPv6 CUPS Digital printing Yes 1.2 cURL File transfer software Yes ejabberd XMPP server ... FileZilla FTP, FTPS and SFTP client Yes 3.1.0-beta1 ftp.exe Console application Yes Yes 5.1 (XP) Standard Windows FTP client ...

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