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Old Dec 26th, 2016, 04:38 PM   #11
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Seeing the IP in question was IP v.6, and knowing some providers are still using IP v.4 directly, or hopping through some IP v. 4 only gear still in my country, well...

Would that be so ridiculous a line of thought?
Was it? I only see a v4 address, both on the link in the OP as well as well as the other screenshots. The firmware on that camera almost certainly doesn't support IPv6 either, given the copyright date.

Most everything that supports IPv6 also supports IPv4 as well. We're not at the point of IPv6-only devices just yet, certainly not on the infrastructure/hosting side.
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Old Dec 26th, 2016, 04:41 PM   #12
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Small warning as to the security of these Sony Camaras/ Ipela software:

Sony IPELA Engine IP Cameras – SecurityFeeds
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Was it? I only see a v4 address, both on the link in the OP as well as well as the other screenshots. The firmware on that camera almost certainly doesn't support IPv6 either, given the copyright date.

Most everything that supports IPv6 also supports IPv4 as well. We're not at the point of IPv6-only devices just yet, certainly not on the infrastructure/hosting side.
Well, I may be mistaken. But is this:
209.89.8.101:80

an IP v.6 address, or an IP v. 4 address calling on Port # 80?
If you run this number, it will get you very quickly to the Ipela website without DNS intervention.

Sorry, I'm not exactly a network specialist...
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Well, I may be mistaken. But is this:
209.89.8.101:80

an IP v.6 address, or an IP v. 4 address calling on Port # 80?
If you run this number, it will get you very quickly to the Ipela website without DNS intervention.

Sorry, I'm not exactly a network specialist...
That's an IPv4 address with a specified port.

A v6 address would look like this:
2607:f8b0:4006:80e:0:0:0:2003
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Old Dec 26th, 2016, 05:21 PM   #15
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Thanx, John.

Good lesson for the day...

Certainly looks like a big security problem all of a sudden, if I'm guessing right.
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Old Dec 26th, 2016, 05:40 PM   #16
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So can I assume that I'm the only one here having problems with java sites running properly when running macOS Sierra 10.12.2 ???

BTW: it worked when I tried using Firefox and after I ran its latest update, but I don't always use FF. Maybe I should as at least it works!!!
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Hells bells, Firefox at it again eh? Running an old Java plugin still, is it, just the way it can still run Flash video?
They are playing with fire all right!

Wonder how long this will last...
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