As I'm moving more networks towards IPv6 exclusively, my X32 is quickly becoming one of the last pieces of gear that doesn't support it. Can IPv6 support be added to the roadmap for a future firmware update if it isn't on there already? DHCP support would be great to have as well.
Brad Isbell;119971 wrote:
That's unfortunate. With IPv6 being standardized for nearly 20 years and rapidly replacing IPv4, I was hoping Behringer would add support. It seems that there is off-the-shelf XMOS code available with IPv6 support: https://www.xmos.com/published/ethernet-tcp/ip-component-programming-guide-%28documentation%29?versi... I don't know if that applies here or not, but if it does, perhaps this effort is not as huge as it seems to be.
I'll also throw in my vote for IPv6 for the X32 and also the X Touch. I'm designing out our facility's network using our IPv6 allocations and I'd really prefer to be able to have all of our gear talk natively with our various routers & hosts.
Still hoping for IPv6 support.
In the mean time, I built a proxying tool to work around this problem. https://bitbucket.org/audiopump/x32-proxy/
You can use a Raspberry Pi and proxy to the X32 this way. Unfortunately, due to limitations in X32-Edit, you may actually need to double-proxy the connection.