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ZCM Imaging - IPv6 Supported?

We are looking into moving our network from IPv4 to IPv6 and two questions came up if ZCM overall supports IPv6 and does ZCM imaging specifically support IPv6? Currently, we have 4 primary servers, one SLES10, one SLES11, and two Windows Server 2003 all running 10.3.1 at the moment. At this point, we are only using the manual imaging method via a linux bash menu (script). I've combed through the documentation, but I can't find any reference to IPv6. Does anyone have experience running ZCM in a IPv6 environment? Can anyone help shed some light on this topic?
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