Parsec currently supports IPv4 and assumes you have access to IPv4
This is a real issue for me and makes the whole service unusable.
Where I live, customers getting more and more so called "DualStack Light" (also called "DSLight") internet. This basically allows the ISP to force their customers to share a pool of IPv4 address. For e.g. they have 1.000.000 customers and they all share IPv4 addresses out of a pool which contains 50.000 IPv4 addresses. This makes (for e.g.) VPN services which are only working via IPv4 horribly slow, almost unusable. However, from ISPs like this you still get real IPv6 addresses. So if you use an VPN service which is fully IPv6 compatible, everything works like expected.
If I try to connect from my internet at home to Parsec (my internet at home uses DSLight) it tries to connect to the server. I hear sounds but the screen freezes. After a few seconds (15-20) it disconnects without any further informations. The same thing works with the same device on a real IPv4 internet connection.
As long as Parsec doesn't support IPv6, a lot of users will have this problem, especially if they are cable internet users from Europe.
2018. IPv6 support should be included from inception.
So... was IPv6 support added?