Domain Registrar recommendation

Charles at Charles at
Fri May 1 18:46:26 CEST 2009

I use domainsite and am rolling out my sites over v6. 

------Original Message------
From: Daniel Austin MBCS
Sender: at
To: ipv6-ops at
To: Steve Bertrand
Subject: Re: Domain Registrar recommendation
Sent: May 1, 2009 7:41 AM

Hi Steve,

I've always found Enom to be fine with IPv6 glue records (although I have to raise support tickets to get them done, they are usually done within a couple of hours)
I don't have any experience of Godaddy though - the name in itself has always been enough to put me off them :)

>---- Original Message ----
>From: Steve Bertrand <steve at>
>To: ipv6-ops at
>Sent: Fri, May 1, 2009, 2:25 PM
>Subject: Domain Registrar recommendation
>Hi all,
>Over the past 10 years or so, I've been dealing with a relatively small
>registrar in my local area for my personal domains (
>Unfortunately, they can not provide IPv6 glue.
>A few months ago, I registered a handful more personal domains (which
>are currently idle) at, as apparently they can provide IPv6
>I am going to set up one of the new domains as strictly IPv6 only for
>statistics gathering. The point is, is that I haven't 'configured' any
>of the domains at GoDaddy yet, so I am not experienced in regards to
>their reliability.
>Before I migrate my primary domain ( to a new registrar so I
>can have v6 glue, I'm looking for feedback on whether it is advisable to
>move it to GoDaddy, or if I should look elsewhere.
>I've heard horror stories about GoDaddy domains randomly being shut
>down, and it taking weeks of circular dancing in order to justify having
>it re-enabled. I can not have that happening. Moreover, I want as smooth
>as possible transition



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