All of your IPv4 and IPv6 information related to your Kronos Cloud server can be found in your Network tab:

How to add IPv6 in CentOS 7/8 Network Interface

STEP 1. Log in to your server as the administrator.

STEP 2. Navigate to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ directory and open your network interface file. In our example it is ifcfg-eth0. Details and interface may vary, however, it should look similar to this:

STEP 3. Add the following lines in the file with your IPv6 address information and save your file:

Networking_IPV6="yes"
DHCPV6C="no"
IPV6INIT="yes"
IPV6_AUTOCONF="no"
IPV6ADDR=x.x.x.x
IPV6_DEFAULTGW=x.x.x.x

Configuration should look similar to this in the end:

STEP 4. Navigate to /etc/cloud/ and open cloud.cfg file. Add these lines at the end of file and save it:

network: 
config: disabled

This prevents your network interface from being reset to a default configuration upon server restart.

STEP 5. Restart your network.

STEP 6. Test your IPv6 by pinging it to see if it was successfully configured:


How to add IPv6 in Ubuntu 16/Debian 8/9/10 Network Interface

STEP 1. Log in to your server as the administrator.

STEP 2. Navigate to /etc/network/ and open your interfaces file. Details and interface may vary, however, it should look similar to this:

STEP 3. In this case, we will be configuring eth0 network interface. Add the following lines, below the IPv4 configuration lines with your IPv6 address information and save your file:

iface eth0 inet6 static
address x:x:x:x::
netmask 48
gateway x:x:x::x

Configuration should look similar to this in the end:

STEP 4. Restart your network.

STEP 5. Test your IPv6 by pinging it to see if it was successfully configured:


Related articles:

Adding IP to your network interface

Windows Virtual Server - add IP to your Network Interface

How to configure the network card in a Proto Compute server


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