[dns-operations] IPv6 Connectivity on Firefox

Francisco Obispo fobispo at uniregistry.link
Wed Nov 25 17:51:20 UTC 2015

With no IPv6 connectivity, is best to disable IPv6 on firefox.

Simply type in the address bar: `about:config`

Then search for `ipv6` in the provided search, and set the value to `true` in: `network.dns.disableIPv6`


Francisco Obispo
Uniregistry Inc.
On 25 Nov 2015, at 4:44, Shane Kerr wrote:

> Since you don't have IPv6 connectivity, disabling IPv4 by blocking DNS
> lookup for A records just means that you can't connect to the Internet.
> It looks like the browser is continuing to try to connect to the web
> page by retrying the queries. I'm not sure what you think the browser
> should do?
> Cheers,
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