Today we would see, in plain English, how the Google authentication works, and how bad it could be when things go wrong. And there are a few advises at the end of the article.
The latest Docker, at the time of writing, does support IPv6. But there are a number of pitfalls when people try to work around this.
Here are some experiences I got, and I put a working configuration at the end of the article:
I happened to have a chance to work on IPv6 related project, and here are some some quick insights of the IPV6 of current state. I would put in Q&A format so it might be faster to read: