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#721 no response webserver tunnel - website name field Anonymous922
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I had some confusion about the configuration on the I2P Tunnel Manager page, when making a webserver. Where it says "Website name", there is a comment on the side that says "Leave blank for outproxies". I assumed that meant that if you leave that blank you will become an outproxy, so I deleted my webserver tunnel. I have since learned that isn't true, but perhaps some clarification can be done to eliminate confusion.

Thank you, Anonymous922

#1083 not a bug I2P Start not running after upgrade Avast Internet Security to v9 Bisounours
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I did upgrade last week from win 8 to win 8.1. Since that time it is impossible to get a start from I2P I was told on forum to put here some log. Here attached is the content of I2P start window (hope what is here is enough….)

#1675 not our bug i2p router console doesn't bind to IPv6 adresses after first restart Born2Be
Description

I place this string in my cliens.config: clientApp.0.args=-s 7657 ::1,127.0.0.1,10.<mylocalnetipv4cutted>,2001:<myexternalipv6cutted> ./webapps/ just after fresh installation of i2prouter. At the first start everything seems ok and I can login to console using https://[2001:<myexternalipv6cutted>]:7657 but after the first restart I begin to get this error in my wrapper.log: Unable to bind routerconsole to ::1 port 7657 for SSL: java.io.IOException: IPv6 addresses unsupported You may ignore this warning if the console is still available at https://localhost:7657 Unable to bind routerconsole to 2001:<myexternalipv6cutted>] port 7657 for SSL: java.io.IOException: IPv6 addresses unsupported You may ignore this warning if the console is still available at https://localhost:7657

And router console is binded only at IPv4 adresses. Nothing is changed except restarting the router.

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