Stop relays publishing descriptors containing NoListen IPv6 ORPorts
This is one rare and strange setup of using IPv6 in a way it is not intended, but we should still make sure that:
if ORPort [IPv6:address::x]:port NoListen was set in torrc, and there is no following ORPort [IPv6:address::y]:port NoAdvertise or [::]:port NoAdvertise (as in use all available IPv6 addresses) is set, warn in the log and do not build the descriptor using the NoListen address, since the daemon is not listening on any address from the v6 class.
check if the logic is applied for IPv4 also, even it's impossible to experience this in IPv4 since UnreachableIPv4 doesn't exist and can't possibly exist.
Otherwise we fill the descriptor with useless data and also have the directory authorities chase green horses.
I think we have this since forever, but not marking this as a backport given the rare cases when it can occur and the state of current IPv6 adoption.