We are currently setting up a some local network servers to run in a full ipv4 network. I can be sure, that this network don't have ipv6 support, and never will.
Next to that,
- partially because of a command from higher organisational levels,
- partially because we must guarantee, it never will cause any interference,
we need to somehow completely disable the ipv6 support on the kernels of there linux servers.
Yes, I can google for some sysctl settings, but it wasn't enough. For example, in the default settings of the
/etc/hosts, I've also found some ipv6 records. I won't let it to cause some trouble in the future.
What exactly need to be done, to remove the whole ipv6 support from a fresh installed debian entirely? The best were a checklist/todo list, but any other form were also okay.
I checked the config files in
/etc a lot, but I can't be sure I've found everything.
Any better ideas? Is there any "checklist", what need to be set up?