getting DNS config to clients
iaccounts at ibctech.ca
Thu Apr 17 11:11:32 CEST 2008
> I've been researching how we get the IPs of our DNS servers to our clients
> So far we've looked at config RADVD and DHCPv6 on Linux ...
> What are the accepted/widely used 'standard' ways of setting up clients?
> Particularly clients that frequently move between differnt networks.
This is another fantastic question that I've wondered...but on the flip
As a (small) ISP and a relay-type name registrar, who do you deal with
that can provide me with IPv6 DNS entries at the domain registrar level?
For instance, this particular domain, ibctech.ca is with
canadiandomains.com, who can't provide me with IPv6 DNS slots at all.
For our hosting clients, we generally deal with OpenSRS, and
unfortunately not personally had the time to investigate for IPv6
Does anyone have recommendations of name registrars that are following
the leadership of ICANNs IPv6 at the root level, and providing IPv6 DNS
entries per domain at the sub-tld level?
I've had to personally fight with our DNS software to work coherently
with IPv6, now we need a registrar that can point a domain to an IPv6
Hell, I've noticed ipv6.google.com be down for periods of time...I can't
be that bad for trying...
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