So I have kind of a weird question… I guess it is not directly related to support or anything here but hoping the brilliant minds here can help me out.
Can I somehow use a Droplet to enable IPV6 for a WordPress website I don’t have admin or server level access to? The website in question is a SaaS product based off WordPress called BoomtownROI for real estate agents. It’s fully managed with no backend access to the end user.
I’m building an iOS app and everything is looking good. As part of the testing process, I know that Apple tests the app on an IPV6 network/device and will fail you if any part of the app doesn’t support that. I am trying to pass the previously mentioned BoomtownROI WordPress website in the UIWebView of the application. So the user will hit a menu item and the website will open up inside the app. The BoomtownROI package does not support IPV6 and the developers have told me they cannot enable it.
That being said, can I somehow harness a Droplet to enable IPV6 and then handoff to the BoomtownROI website?
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