The following parameter is needed when configuring IPv6: IPV6INIT=yes Address. You can add an IPv6 address with: IPV6ADDR=[/] For example: IPV6ADDR=fe80::2/64 The prefix is optional. Gateway. You can add the IPv6 gateway with: IPV6_DEFAULTGW= For example: IPV6_DEFAULTGW=fe80::1/64

Fedora contains complete support for both IPv4 and IPv6. By default, Fedora configures network interfaces on your computer for both IPv4 and IPv6 support, and to use DHCP over both IPv4 and IPv6. However, the speed of some services improves drastically if you disable IPv6 on any interface on a network that does not use IPv6. 4 ways to disable IPv6 on Linux - PCsuggest Apr 17, 2020 496444 – IPV6INIT=no does not disable IPv6 Apr 19, 2009 Fedora 31 : Initial Settings : Networking : Server World

Fedora contains complete support for both IPv4 and IPv6. By default, Fedora configures network interfaces on your computer for both IPv4 and IPv6 support, and to use DHCP over both IPv4 and IPv6. However, the speed of some services improves drastically if you disable IPv6 on any interface on a network that does not use IPv6.

Disabling IPv6 on Fedora 19 Linux - LinTut

Disabling IPv6 on Fedora 19 Linux - LinTut

How to disable IPv6 on CentOS / RHEL 7 – The Geek Diary Post describes procedure to disable IPv6 on CentOS/RHEL 7. There are 2 ways to do this : 1. Disable IPv6 in kernel module (requires reboot) 2. Disable IPv6 using sysctl settings (no reboot required) How to Disable IPv6 on Linux – TecAdmin