Hey there, I am trying to write my own webhook listener from scratch in Python3 and it listens for TCP connections already. Though I am unable to setup a webhook for any repository. It always states “Config URL host is invalid” and I am running out of ideas what the issue is. Since I do not receive any data from Github but from a simple portscanner (it throws errors so there is at least anything hitting the listener) I assume there is an issue on Github side? As request URL I like to use an IPv6 address: http://[2a03:4000:xxxx:xxxx]:4444/ Thanks in advance.
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basically you could answer my initial question if possible
As far as I can tell, there is no support for IPv6 with Webhook URLs, whether using literal IPv6 addresses or DNS with AAAA records. This is a problem for me too, since my Webhook server is IPv6-only.
FWIW GitLab.com also doesn’t support IPv6 with Webhooks because they’re using Google Cloud Platform which doesn’t support IPv6 yet. Reference: GitLab.com: webhooks should work on IPv6 (#218057) · Issues · GitLab.org / GitLab · GitLab