According to  oVirt should be accessible through IPv6 address.
From my experience engine web&rest can be accessed by using an URL
IPv6 address in a browser.
Please notice that an IPv6 literal address (not a hostname that resolves to
an IPv6 address) in a valid URL should be wrapped by brackets, e.g. http://
You can verify that the engine listens to an IPv6 by running the following
command from the Linux console of the host that runs ovirt-engine (while
ovirt-engine service runs):
netstat -lnp6 | grep <port>
where <port> is the port ovirt-engine should be listening to and be
accessed through (default is 80).
It seems to me like a problem on ManageIQ side.
Please let me know if you need further assistance.
On Fri, Mar 3, 2017 at 4:55 PM, Šimon <simi(a)mykolab.com> wrote:
I am working on ipv6-only support for ManageIQ. And I have noticed that
providers QA has around listen on ipv4 only.
Is it possible for rhevm web/api to listen on ipv6? What are the steps I
need to do?
Thanks a lot!