I cant help but notice that while at home on my network, where every device has an IPv6 static or SLAAC address, Syncthing transmits over an IPv6 connection. (And BTW, thank you for building this in. It should come in handy in the future of carrier grade NAT and dual stack lite games that ISP’s will inevitably play on their customers as they run out of IPv4 addresses.)
Also since, like most businesses here in America, IPv6 is about as common as unicorns that fart rainbows, I can’t find a network to test with against my fully IPv6 compliant firewall and network at home. And yeah I know i can use a teredo or HE/SixXS tunnel but that’s a pain in the ___ and not worth setting up just to test.
So my question is this: would a relay I setup at my house work over IPv6 as well as IPv4?
I have run a relay already and it works fine over IPv4 (but can’t leave it up 24/7 since Comcast is now imposing 300GB/month quotas on us starting last month).