IPv6 network issue in app approval by apple

Discussion in 'Linux VPS - DirectAdmin' started by alex27, Sep 29, 2016.

  1. alex27

    alex27 New Member

    Hello everybody,
    One of my client have created one apps for apple, but it was rejected. Following message got from apple.
    Can anybody tell me that is this server issue ? Do i need to change server for this or not ? Let me know if someone had faced this probloem, so i can reply to my client regarding should i change server or not.
    ------Message received -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Please revise your app and test it on a device while connected to an IPv6 network (all apps must support IPv6) to ensure it will launch without crashing.

    Resources

    For additional information about supporting IPv6 Networks, please refer to Supporting IPv6 DNS64/NAT64 Networks andSupporting IPv6-only Networks.

    For a networking overview, please see About Networking
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  2. alex27

    alex27 New Member

    Our server does not support IPv6. Is this reason ?
     
  3. KH-DanielP

    KH-DanielP KH-COO Staff Member

    @alex27 , we do not support ipv6 on our vps product line at this time, however, not having it on your VPS should have no impact in how someone codes an app for IOS. It just means your customer needs to ensure their application works when using ipv6 only. This basically revolves around their local development environment.
     
  4. alex27

    alex27 New Member

    Thank danie for quickreply.

    But actually i dont know technical word, so can you just explain more what you are saying about your last sentense ? Actually i want to know that if some one have created apps for support in ipv6, then will it work in server too or not ?
     
  5. KH-DanielP

    KH-DanielP KH-COO Staff Member

    I would say the difference is this.

    An application can support IPV6, but does not have to require IPV6.
    Think of it right now as an either/or scenario. It also depends greatly on how the application is used, so I can't really say specifically for your scenario, just more in general.
     

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