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Bug#330873: marked as forwarded (egroupware: missing IPv6 support)

Subject: Bug#330873: marked as forwarded egroupware: missing IPv6 support
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Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2005 10:03:22 -0700
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The following has been reported by a Debian user for version  Can someone comment on it?  Does it still exist in the 
current versions?

While loging in to egroupware from a client with IPv6 address login.php
is trying to insert the client address to phpgw_sessions table in the 
DB. The field for client ip address is a character varying(32) which is 
too small for an IPv6 address. Due to this, login.php is failing to 
create a user session and eGroupWare will stop with a Database error. 

I've installed the database to a PostgreSQL DBMS (installed on the same 
host, from standard Debian sarge packages).

Changing phpgw_sessions(session_ip) and phpgw_access_log(ip) both to 
varchar(40) will solve the problem so long. However, I don't know where 
else ip addresses are stored in the db and if there are any other too 
small ip fields similar problems can appear while using a affected 
module. We are on testing egroupware for our purposes, I'll report any 
other problems and changes according to IPv6 support.

Also the fields for storing client ip addresses in phpgw_access_log and 
phpgw_sessions are of different types!

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