I'm sorry to confuse you.
Our network environment will consist of only IPv6.
Actually, we want to use only IPv6.
But, eclipse(IDE) is available for only IPv4.
We have a alternative plan for some applications that can't be available for IPv6.
That is NAT64.
So, we have to use the SVN setting with IPv4.
I think there are many cases similar to this.
I don't know if TSVN can communicate when TSVN use IPv6 and the server use IPv4.
I don't think TSVN can't communicate if TSVN communicates with the server directly
Could you share about the TSVN's specification.
> 1. Tortoise can connect in the only peer2peer?
> 2. Subversion server also requires the setting of IPv6 in case of the
> communication of IPv6 between TortiseSVN and the server(NAT64)?
> (Can Subversion server throw the packets with TortiseSVN directly?)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stefan Küng [mailto:tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: Thursday, August 01, 2013 2:20 AM
> To: Okabayashi, Hirotsugu
> Cc: users; SGS/systemtec/CMsupport
> Subject: Re: Cope with IPv6
> On 31.07.2013 10:52, Okabayashi, Hirotsugu wrote:
> > Dear User Support,
> > We tested the IPv6 communication of TortiseSVN.
> > We confirm there is no problem the communication of Native IPv6.
> > See the attached file.
> > That is our environment.
> > We can get the real server's FQDN(can access), but can't see the data
> > (with the error message like "A kind of the requested data can't be
> > found.") Let me confirm TortiseSVN's specification.
> > 1. Tortoise can connect in the only peer2peer?
> > 2. Subversion server also requires the setting of IPv6 in case of the
> > communication of IPv6 between TortiseSVN and the server(NAT64)?
> > (Can Subversion server throw the packets with TortiseSVN
> > directly?)
> > I think many companies use NAT64 for IPv6 problem.
> > Please cooperate to cope with IPv6.
> > You also can take advantage to test about IPv6 with us.
> I don't think your setup can work: you're telling svn that the server has
> an ipv6 address, but it does not, it only has an ipv4 address. So why are
> you even trying with ipv6? Just use the release build of TSVN and use only
> In your setup, you're basically lying to TSVN, telling it that the server
> is ipv6 capable but it isn't.
> Let TSVN/svn access the server the normal way with it's ipv4 address and
> everything should be fine.
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