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In this blog article you'll find some hints on how to enable IPv6 for
various applications.
## nginx
## How to enable IPv6 in nginx
The web server [nginx](https://nginx.org/) by default only listens to IPv4 if you use
the standard `listen *:80;` directive. To enable IPv6, use
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## haproxy
## How to enable IPv6 in HAProxy
There are various interesting configuration options in
[HAProxy](https://www.haproxy.org/) related
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server twitter.com ipv4@twitter.com
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## Lektor
## How to enable IPv6 in Lektor
The static CMS lektor by default serves on IPv4. To serve on IPv6
The static CMS [lektor](https://www.getlektor.com/)
by default serves on IPv4. To serve on IPv6
localhost use `-h ::1`, to be globally reachable use `-h ::`.
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