Node update problem

The node-Red update is carried out normally but I get this message when I update the nodes:

2023-11-09T23:49:19.088Z Install: node-red-contrib-knx-ultimate 2.2.25
2023-11-09T23:49:18.412Z npm install --no-audit --no-update-notifier --no-fund --save --save-prefix=~ --production --engine-strict node-red -contrib-knx-ultimate@2.2.25
2023-11-09T23:49:18.748Z [err] npm
2023-11-09T23:49:18.749Z [err]
2023-11-09T23:49:18.749Z [err] WARN
2023-11-09T23:49:18.749Z [err]
2023-11-09T23:49:18.749Z [err] config
2023-11-09T23:49:18.749Z [err] production Use --omit=dev instead.
2023-11-09T23:50:29.485Z [err] npm
2023-11-09T23:50:29.485Z [err] ERR! ENETUNREACH code
2023-11-09T23:50:29.486Z [err] npm ERR! syscall connect
2023-11-09T23:50:29.486Z [err] npm
2023-11-09T23:50:29.486Z [err] ERR!
2023-11-09T23:50:29.486Z [err] errno ENETUNREACH
2023-11-09T23:50:29.488Z [err] npm ERR!
2023-11-09T23:50:29.488Z [err] request to failed, reason: connect ENETUNREACH 2606:4700::6810: 1a22:443
2023-11-09T23:50:29.490Z [err]
2023-11-09T23:50:29.490Z [err] npm ERR! A complete log of this run can be found in: /root/.npm/_logs/2023-11-09T23_49_18_712Z-debug-0.log
2023-11-09T23:50:29.498Z rc=1​

I notice that I do not have access to the server and using a Unif router, do I need a special eport redirection or Firewall rule?

Hi @Ives25

ENETUNREACH is host is unreachable, in this case This, does not require any special approach to access.

What I am noticing however, is that the machine you are using, seems to be trying to connect to an IPv6 address, so maybe as a test, disable IPv6, and try again.

if still does not work, then you need to check your local network for routing issues, such as proxies/DNS filtering etc etc.

try and ping, from the machine and see what comes back.

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That's the problem, by removing IPV6 it works. Thank you very much for your help !

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IPV6, the problem that keeps on giving!

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