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Alex Tykhonov wrote:


11/1/2011 13:15, Mike! wrote:
I think the problem is that ipv6 is not working on the server, but the 
DNS record has a AAAA record. disabling ipv6 on the server does not 
solve that problem.
If I test, wget tries to connect to the ipv6 address for some time, 
and after a time-out it falls back to ipv4. The time-out however takes 
very long.
I suggest removing the AAAA record, or fixing the ipv6 connectivity ;)


We have already removed AAAA record. Could you please check now?

Best regards,
Alex Tykhonov, outsourced Linux support

I don't know for Mike, but to me it makes no difference.
To me it's the G Data Web Protection that causes the issue, I guess.
Although it yet needs to be investigated what's the underlying factor. I
can't tell if that could be something with the Supportex mirror anyhow...

Best regards,

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