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Can anybody know how to validate IPV4 and IPV6 address in PHP. I am
using PHP 4.2.3 for some compatiability reason.


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I am currently detecting the user's IPv4 address and using IP blocks with the v4. However I want to capture the IPv6 and have block lists for this too, so the question is: Is it the same logic to get IPv6 as IPv4 or something different in PHP? I am just not sure if every device has a IPv4 and IPv6 or is it either one of these and the system will auto detect what format it is and store it?

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The function i use is

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Currently I am testing out jquery tools and it validates the english email address correctly but fails to validate non ascii email. Also I need to do same at server side with php. Is there a regular expression that can validate this kind of email address? I have tried this but it fails in jquery tools (this is just example for demo, I don't understand this too) [URL]

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my code which may make problem is :

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if($email != '' && $register){
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Title says it all. I already "did" this for IPv4;

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I need to do the above for IPv6 as well. Reading through the IPv6 spec, (I admit I didn't read all of it), I saw several oddities ("exceptions") such as a set of 0 could be compressed to a double colon: ":0000:0000"=>"::" (if my understanding was correct). I also saw how you can have an IPv4-style string inside an IPv6 string: 0:0:0:0:0:0: Let's start by saying I've no freakin idea where to start.)


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