Apache IPv6 Enabled For Windows

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Introduction: Recently, the need to build support for the IPv6 Windows Server, so this article.

Many people have encountered the installation of Apache Windows does not support IPv6 access issues, through two ways to solve this problem: one is to compile their own, two is to find ready-made versions from the Internet. Compile their own I disrelish a trouble, have not studied, are interested can go to have a look the Demon blog, where said how to compile the Windows Apache support IPv6. And find ready-made versions on the Internet, the earliest found XAMPP, a new version of its IPv6 support, but the XAMPP with the PHP version and I need to lock version is not the same, some PHP extensions cannot support, and XAMPP PHP and Apache are its own compilation, modified many East West, general poor. Eventually Haus found in Apache compiler version IPv6 third party support under Windows.

Download address:

Currently supports the latest version of IPv6 Apache 2.2.15, 32 bit and 64 bit versions, download time pay attention to the "IPv6 Enabled", is not wrong.

Also need to download and install Microsoft Visual C+ 2008; + Redistributable Package, this website build need to install this Dongdong.

Download address:

Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x86)

Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable Package (x64)

The installation method:

Install Visual C 1++ 2008 Redistributable Package

2 the directory Apache2 extract to the root directory of C (because the configuration file the default directory for c:/Apache2, such as the need to put in another directory, please modify the configuration file).

3 open the command line mode, and into the Apache directory (such as C:\Apache2), type httpd.exe (return) to start the Apache

If you need to install Apache as a service, run the input httpd.exe -k install (return)

To start the service httpd.exe -k start (return)

Stop service httpd.exe -k stop (return)

Restart the service httpd.exe -k restart (return)

Uninstall service httpd.exe -k uninstall (return)

In fact, the official and the compiled Apache using exactly the same.

The original source

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Posted by Brook at December 15, 2013 - 8:27 AM