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I checked this a long time ago when question2answer couldn't store IPv6 addreses.

Anything changed?
interesting question :-) Gideon, can you please explain.

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Good question! No, not as of yet. As far as I can see, 128-bit integers aren't supported by MySQL, so this would have to be stored as a binary string in the database. If there is sufficient demand I will look into this for the next release.
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i'd really appreciate that.