MY VM DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY WITH IPV6.
For the following steps, you need to connect to your VM using the Cyclades connection guide . If your VM cannot be reached though the Internet, we suggest you use the console, as described in the above guide.
If your VM is a Centos or Oracle Linux VM, you can follow the recommendations below. Else, you can contact us to look into your issue further.
All Centos/Oracle Linux VMs that are created from official ~okeanos-knossos Images do not have IPv6 nameservers. To see how to add them, we suggest you follow this CentOS/Oracle Linux guide.
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