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  1. When looking in the logs, I noticed lots of messages about lack of connection to an IPv6 tracker. Since my ISP doesn't support IPv6, I was assuming that only local LAN peers would use IPv6 and all Internet connections would be IPv4. Right now, it just looks like a lot of wasted time trying to talk to this tracker that it will never be able to talk to. I don't see any option in the Advanced properties. Is there a way to disable IPv6? Thanks
  2. Hello, is it possible to configure the WebUI to listen to ipv4 and ipv6? In other web apps on my Synology Diskstation I was able to set a configuration to sth like [::]. Best, Matt
  3. Hello everyone! I've been trying to btsync onto an older device with ARM architecture running linux kernel 2.6. To avoid using the webui because of limited resources, I am running btsync using a config file which identifies the shared folder. The problem is that the kernel does not support IPv6 (I think), and when I boot btsync, it crashes immediately. When I ./btsync --config btsync.conf I get the following result in my log: [05:06:51.041] Debug log mask has been set to FFFFFFFF [05:06:51.042] Features mask has been set to 0 [20160417 05:06:51.049] Configuration fro
  4. Hi I have the following setup: Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit machine + latest btsync (2.3.6). I'm trying to run btsync with the following conf file: { "device_name": "test", "listening_port" : 31513, "use_upnp" : false, "check_for_updates" : false, "download_limit" : 0, "upload_limit" : 0, "shared_folders" : [ { "secret" : "***", "dir" : "/home/btsync/material", "use_tracker" : true, "overwrite_changes" : true } ], "folder_defaults.use_relay" : false, "folder_defaults.use_tracker" : false, "folder_defaults.use_lan_broadcast" : false
  5. Some time ago I tried to set up sync on my server back at home. Didn't work. Within the local network the software worked fine, syncing over lan or wlan was no problem, but no peers outside of the local network were found. It turned out that sync does not support ipv6. Yesterday evening a sync message popped up on my notebook "X wants to access the folder". Which is really strange, since I'm at home right now. Sync works fine. All peers are found, connections are stable, uplink and downlink are amazing. I definitely have only ipv6. There is no ipv4 available. Is this an official feature now ?