On Tue, Jun 13, 2000 at 03:52:30PM +0300, Tero Pelander wrote:
> Description of bug:
> Call to bind() for INADDR_ANY port 1234 fails if IN6ADDR_ANY_INIT
> port 1234 has already been bound. Also the reverse is true.
> If you specify ip-addresses instead of using *ADDR_ANY* the same
> port number won't cause a problem.
Isn't that a feature? I don't know a lot about IPv6, but I assume binding
to IN6ADDR_ANY should bind to all (internet address, port) pairs that are
representable in an IPv6 address - which includes IPv4 addresses.
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