I'm building a small network of 5 servers (2008R2) and for networking IPV4 settings are already set-up and working. (static IP's for all servers)
All the NICS have support for IPV6 but for now all of them have obtaining IP and DNS automatic for now. I'm not sure what I should do whit this situation.
I've read about IPV6 but its not easy stuff to understand so I'm not able to find how I can give my servers static IPV6 settings. (and if this is a good idea or not) But leaving servers with automatic resolution of IP and DNS for this protocol doesn't sound good too.
I could also disable the support for IPV6 but I'm not sure if the services I'm running on all servers are using this and on the other hand this protocol is the future so maybe having it properly set-up is the better idea.
Can anybody guide me in the wonderful world of IPV6?
Solution (for me at least) Mulaz pointed me to the fact if I was even using public IPV6 by running ipconfig /all and looking if I have records other then: link-local addresses for IPV6. In my situation I didn't have any so per NIC I disabled the checkbox for IPV6 support to disable it.