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[ASK]Afraid IPv6 rDNS

Mon5t3rMon5t3r Member
edited August 2011 in General

Does anyone knows/had an experience with afraid.org IPv6 rDNS? or does anyone knows where i can get the similar service like this? thanks :D

Yes! I'm with Carstensz Pyramid Server Now stop asking me please :D

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  • dns.he.net

    Postgres

  • Pretty much. I think they fixed their new account creation problems from a couple of weeks ago.

  • fyi - almost any dns host works.

    on directadmin if you can add domains, you can just add 0.0.whatever.x.x.x.ip6.arpa and just add PTR records too.

    Postgres

  • well, i've been using dns.he.net dns and/or tunnelbroker.. but i forgot my login/password. :P i would like to see another provider for this service (got afraid and he.net, so i need more option).

    Yes! I'm with Carstensz Pyramid Server Now stop asking me please :D
  • fyi - almost any dns host works.

    Are we sure about that? We're talking about IPv6 here. I don't recall many registrars supporting that yet.

  • justinbjustinb Member
    edited August 2011

    drmike said: Are we sure about that? We're talking about IPv6 here. I don't recall many registrars supporting that yet.

    IPv6 Reverse DNS is a normal PTR record. You don't need IPv6 "support" - just add a domain/zone named for example "d.e.e.d.0.7.4.0.1.0.0.2.ip6.arpa", then a subdomain PTR named "2.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0"

    I can see this running into some issues when retarded control panels think ip6.arpa isn't under your control or .arpa isn't a valid host or something equally inane, but it's pretty straightforward.

    Postgres

  • Thanks. Was just curious. I went down the free dns page over on the wiki and saw some of them state that they didn;t support ipv6 yet.

  • drmike said: Thanks. Was just curious. I went down the free dns page over on the wiki and saw some of them state that they didn;t support ipv6 yet.

    I think the free dns page on the wiki is mostly forward DNS (which is AAAA)

    Postgres

  • There are two possible issues with IPv6 support:
    1) do they support AAAA records (most do).
    2) do their DNS servers have a IPv6 address (probably what is being refered to).

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